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Ohio - Dennison Depot Railroad Museum

Dennison, OH - During W.W.II the Dennison Depot was located on the National Railway Defense Route. It was the main stopping point on the route because it was the exact mid-point between Columbus and Pittsburgh. One evening, Lucille Nussdorfer sat waving good-bye to U.S. soldiers going off to war. She noticed that they seemed sad, so she organized a few other friends to start a GI canteen. The community response was so overwhelming that the Salvation Army soon had to take over. The small towns of Dennison and Uhrichsville served over 1.5 million soldiers during W.W.II. The community became so popular among the soldiers that it was called Dreamsville, USA.

You can visit this beautifully restored Museum today and feel what the G.I.'s felt during the war. Well over One Million Dollars has been spent on the restoration of our museum to preserve it for many generations to come. Join us today for an educational experience into the Past!

Site URL: http://dennisondepot.org/new_website/
Date resource added: 13-Jun-2000
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