Toler, Kentucky

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Toler (the United States)
Coordinates: 37°38′14″N82°15′9″W / 37.63722°N 82.25250°W / 37.63722; -82.25250 Coordinates: 37°38′14″N82°15′9″W / 37.63722°N 82.25250°W / 37.63722; -82.25250
Country United States
State Kentucky
County Pike
679 ft (207 m)
Time zone UTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
  Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
GNIS feature ID505319 [1]

Toler is an unincorporated community and coal town in Pike County, Kentucky, United States. Their post office closed in 1965. [2]

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