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Proposed Rt 6 Museum Linsville, Pa

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Article that I received from a friend ( a fan of Rt 6) in Meadville, Pa.

 

http://www.meadvilletribune.com/local/loca..._256225437.html

 

Kevin

 

Kevin,

 

Russ is an active member of the forum under Russ L. We need to find out what we might do to help. Thanks for the info, and good to see you on the forum!

 

Keep the Show on the Road

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A center like this would be good to help all of us when attempting to travel the US Route 6. The people along the route should realize that no matter where on the highway the center is located, it will be a boost for their tourism as well. Hope this is not the end of the plans.

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A center like this would be good to help all of us when attempting to travel the US Route 6. The people along the route should realize that no matter where on the highway the center is located, it will be a boost for their tourism as well. Hope this is not the end of the plans.

 

 

Hello Dave:

 

The proposed National Museum and Visitors Center is part of our cultural preservation and economic development program. The Master Plan still stands. We are now looking for that special Route 6 community that would be interested in working with us.

 

The U.S. Route 6 Tourist Assn. is not in the real estate business. The National facility would be owned and operated by a local Not-for-profit IRS 501 © (3). Our Board of Directors would sign an agreement of support acknowledging that the National Museum would work with regional museums in all of the 14 Route 6 states.

 

Recent interest has come from existing museums in the western states.

 

Holyoke, Colorado

Green River and Delta, Utah

Santa Clarita and Lancaster, California

 

If you know of an organization that may be interested, have them contact me at RussUSRoute6@aol.com

 

We are also looking for a new Executive Director of Museum and Visitor Centers.

 

If anyone is interested in old US 6 maps, pictures, etc. (prior to 1956) they can email us at ArchivesUSRoute6@aol.com

 

Thanks for your interest in the Grand Old Highway.

 

Russell J. Lombard, President/CEO

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