Yes. Looneyville, WV, is located along Route 36 in Roane County. It was named after Robert Looney, who settled there in 1844.
No. But there are towns named Looneyville in both Texas and West Virginia.
'Looneyville' is a community in West Virginia and is also the name of a small town in the state of Texas.
Yes. It is an unincorporated community. It was named after a settler who was at this site in 1844, his name was Robert Looney. The population as of 2009 was 704.
The Looneyville in West Virginia is allegedly named for Robert Looney, its founder. The former town of Looneyville in Texas developed in the 1860s and it was named after the local storekeeper John Looney. It had a maximum population of around 100 and many worked in nearby sawmills. The post office closed in 1905 and the local school in the 1960s, rendering the town virtually non-existent. Sometime in the late 1990s, the remnants of the store were destroyed by fire.
Yes. It is located in Roane County, zip code 25259. It is an unincorporated community named after a settler who lived there in 1844, whose name was Robert Looney. The population as of 2009 was 704.
No, but the spelling Looneyville is an actual location in Roane County, West Virginia.The name "Looney Village" may be in use as a trademark store name.
There are towns named Looneyville in Texas and in West Virginia.
Yes, there are train services pretty much everywhere around the world.
There is not a real town called Skeleton Creek. Patrick Carman based the town on Sumpter Oregen. Where there is a real haunted dredge. (if you believe in ghosts)
If you mean is Hollyoaks a town ? then it is a town in Hollyoaks but in real it is not a town
No. But there is a real Doodletown, in the real world. It's said to be a ghost town. Blah blah; the point is there isn't and never will be a "Doodletown"
no but is it is based on a real town
No. That is a fictional movie. There is no real Halloween town on earth, it was just a idea for a movie.
the tangerine town is the town that mostly growns tangerines. look it up on the internet and find the REAL tangerine town
No, there is no actual town in Louisiana named Bon Temps.
red dead redemption is set in a border state called new Austin it in real life is supposed to Texas examples are a town called armadillo which in real life is Amarillo, the town Plainview is actually a real oil town in Texas, there is a town called Blackwater which is supposed to Houston or Dallas, the town Thieves landing in the game is supposed to be a town on the border between Texas and Louisiana
Yes. It is an unincorporated city located in Roane County. It was named after Robert Looney, a settler to the area in the mid-1800s.
Yes Forks,Wa is real
The Toons and Toon Town became real in Who Framed Roger Rabbit through interaction.