As part of the ongoing dilemma over the future of the old Cyclorama Center in Gettysburg, the National Park Service is studying how to relocate the structure.

According to Gettysburg National Military Park Superintendent Bob Kirby, the park has hired a consultant to review comments it received during its federally-mandated environmental assessment of the cylindrical building, which sits atop Ziegler's Grove.

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Chris in Indy

If someone cannot be found to pay for moving this thing, it should be demolished. It's an unattractive building that never should have been built at this location.
I will be very ticked if the building does not go away from where it sits today....and we can probably blame the last superintendent for it.

BTW, what happened with all the dates listed in this article?


From this and several other recent stories in the Gettysburg Times it appears they're beginning to finally reverse some of the bumbling moves made by Latschar. All I can say is it's about #!&%#$! time.

Civil War Buff

Good for you NPS! Take all the proper legal steps so you can finally tear that water tank down! [beam]

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