Adamstown may refer to one of the following places:

  • Adamstown, New South Wales, a town in New South Wales
  • Adamstown, County Wexford, a village in County Wexford
  • Adamstown, Dublin, an urban village in County Dublin
Pitcairn Island (UK possession, Oceania)
  • Adamstown, Pitcairn Islands, the capital city of the Pitcairn Islands
United States
  • Adamstown, alternate name for Neals Diggins, California
  • Adamstown Township, Maine
  • Adamstown, Maryland, a town in Frederick County, Maryland
  • Adamstown, Pennsylvania, a borough in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Other articles related to "adamstown":

Adamstown Heights, New South Wales
... Adamstown Heights is a southern suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located 8 kilometres (5 mi) west-southwest of Newcastle's central business ... Adamstown Heights is located on several bus routes and is near two stations on the Newcastle and Central Coast railway line, Kotara and Adamstown ... New South Wales Towns, suburbs and localities Adamstown Heights Arcadia Vale Argenton Awaba Balcolyn Balmoral Barnsley Belmont Belmont North Belmont South Bennetts Green ...
Adamstown Railway Station, Dublin
... Adamstown railway station is a station on the Dublin to Kildare Commuter service ... It serves the new town of Adamstown and South Western Commuter services call to the station ...
Adamstown Rosebuds FC
... Adamstown Rosebuds Football Club (founded July 12, 1889) is a semi-professional association football club based in Adamstown a suburb of Newcastle ...
Fernleigh Track
... The track extends from Adamstown to Belmont over an approximate distance of 15.5 km (10 mi) ... The first section between Adamstown and Burwood Road opened in 2003 ... The abandoned Belmont railway line was a coal haulage and passenger rail line from Adamstown to Belmont ...
Belmont Railway Line - Passenger Services Begin
... that a passenger service be operated on the line between Adamstown and Dudley for the convenience of employees at both the Burwood and Dudley Collieries ... daily train service was commenced between Newcastle and Dudley, calling at Hamilton, Adamstown, Kahibah, and Burwood Colliery en route ... was situated 2 miles (3.2 km), 11 chains from Adamstown, Burwood platform (which served the Burwood Colliery and later as a transfer station to persons travelling to and from the Redhead ...