The Narrows (disambiguation)

The Narrows is a strait in New York City separating Long Island and Staten Island

The Narrows is also the name of several geographic features around the world:

United States
*The Narrows (Zion National Park), along the North Fork Virgin River in Zion National Park, Utah
*Narrows, Georgia, an unincorporated town
*The Narrows (Pennsylvania), a water gap where the Raystown Branch Juniata River passes through Evitts Mountain in Bedford County, Pennsylvania
*The Narrows including Celilo Falls, part of a series of rapids upstream of The Dalles, Oregon.
*The Narrows (Knox County, Texas), a narrow ridge separating the watersheds of the Wichita River and Brazos River

Known informally as "The Narrows":
*Cumberland Narrows, a water gap located in Cumberland, Maryland, where Wills Creek cuts through Haystack and Wills Mountain
*The Kent Narrows in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
*The Tacoma Narrows in Pierce County, Washington

Canada
*The Narrows, Halifax, a strait in the Halifax Harbour, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia
*The Narrows, Manitoba, a settlement

Caribbean
*The Narrows (Saint Kitts and Nevis), the strait between the islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis

Australia
*The Narrows, Queensland, a town
*The Narrows, Northern Territory, a town
*The Narrows, Western Australia, a strait in Perth
*The Narrows (Victoria), a strait on Phillip Island (Victoria)
*The Narrows, an isthmus providing the only land access to Queenscliff, Victoria

Antarctica
*The Narrows (Antarctica), a strait

The Narrows may also refer to:
*"The Narrows" (novel)
*"The Narrows" (1953 novel)
*"The Narrows" (2008 film)
*A fictional enclosed neighbourhood in Gotham City appearing in the Batman stories.

ee also

*Narrows
*Narrows (band)
*The Narrow, a band


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