- Cochrane, Alberta
- Cochrane Lake, Alberta
- Cochrane District, Ontario
- Cochrane, Ontario, a town within the above district
- Cochrane, Unorganized, North Part, an unorganized area within the above district
- Cochrane (electoral district), former Federal electoral district, Ontario
- Cochrane (provincial electoral district), former provincial electoral district in Alberta
- Cochrane, Chile
- Cochrane Lake
- Cochrane River
- Hong Kong
- Cochrane Street
- Jalan Cochrane, Kuala Lumpur
- United States
- Cochrane, Wisconsin
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