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Acme Delco Driving Directions Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 12 June 2007

Acme Delco Elementary School 

16337 Old Lake Road
Riegelwood, NC 28456
Phone Number: (910) 655-2957



From the NORTH (Fayetteville):
Take NC-87 S toward Elizabethtown
Continue on NC-87 S through Elizabethtown and on toward East Arcadia
You will pass NC-11 and approx 1.5 miles ahead turn right at Gus Bryant Rd   
Turn left at Old Lake Wilmington Rd
Acme-Delco is on the right.


From the EAST (Greenville, Wilson):

Take NC-11 S/NC-903 S toward Kinston.
Follow NC-11 through Kinston and continue towards Pink Hill and Beulaville.
In Pink Hill turn left at NC-241   
In Beulaville take a slight left at NC-111   
Continue on NC-41   
Turn left to merge onto I-40 E   
Take exit 398 for NC-53 toward Burgaw/Jacksonville   
Turn left at NC-53/NC-53 E
Continue to follow NC-53
Turn left at Timberly Ln/US-117-BR
Continue to follow US-117-BR
Turn left at US-117-BR/N Walker St   
Turn right at NC-53/E Wilmington St
Continue to follow NC-53
Turn left at NC-11   
Turn left at NC-87/Old Stage Rd   
Turn right at Gus Bryant Rd   
Turn left at Old Lake Wilmington Rd   

Acme-Delco is on the right.
 

 

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