A 21st Century memorial that incorporates monuments of past eras at one location. There is an honor roll tribute from World War I from the employees of the Tyrone Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad dedicated to their co-workers who served in that conflict. There are well over 100 names. There is the Gold Star memorial rock with older bronze plaques with the names of Tyrone residents who were killed in World War I, World War II and Vietnam. Another feature is the Eagle for Freedom Plaza with multiple flagpoles and a venue for ceremonies.
Date of Installation:
May 27, 2013
Organization Responsible for Installation:
Howard Gardner American Legion Post 281
Memorial War Era(s):
Intersection of West 14th Street & Lincoln Avenue Directly across street from American Legion Post 281. Tyrone is a borough located in Blair County, Pennsylvania. 1459 Lincoln Avenue Tyrone, PA 16686
Published on June 23, 2020