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Walcott, Wyoming

Walcott, Wyoming
Unincorporated community
Walcott, Wyoming
Walcott, Wyoming
Location within the state of Wyoming

Coordinates: 41°45′40″N 106°50′42″W / 41.76111°N 106.84500°W / 41.76111; -106.84500Coordinates: 41°45′40″N 106°50′42″W / 41.76111°N 106.84500°W / 41.76111; -106.84500

Country United States
State Wyoming
County Carbon
Elevation 6,627 ft (2,020 m)
Time zone Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)
 • Summer (DST) MDT (UTC-6)
ZIP codes 82335
GNIS feature ID 1595988[1]

Walcott is an unincorporated community in central Carbon County, Wyoming, United States. It lies along local roads near Interstate 80 and the concurrent U.S. Routes 30 and 287, east of the city of Rawlins, the county seat of Carbon County.[2] Its elevation is 6,627 feet (2,020 m).[1] Although Walcott is unincorporated, it had a post office, with the ZIP code of 82335 that closed in 2007.[3]

Public education in the community of Walcott is provided by Carbon County School District #2.

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