National Road Heritage Corridor
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Location: 65 West Main Street, Suite 103 Uniontown PA 15401 USA
The mission of the National Road is to preserve, protect and promote the historical aspects along the Historic National Road
Results: Funded thru grants the NRHC has helped such projects as: Preservation and restoration of the Addison and Searight Toll houses, stabilization and restoration of the "S" Bridge in Washington, PA; refurbishment of Nemacolin Castle; period sidewalks and landscape in Hopwood Village, Marketing Plan implementation, Education tools and programs for schools(Time Capsules); installation of interpretive bronze statues in Addison, Uniontown and Washington, PA; Edutainment event-The Great Debate; annual fundraisers - National Road Frontier Dinner held each year in August; National Road 5K Race in May
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The National Road Heritage Corridor serves as an advocate for the preservation of historic sites along the the "Pike". We, with the Fayette County Historical Society, have partnered with this worthy organization on numerous occasions throughout the years. The staff is creative, disciplined, and professional. It is simply amazing the work they do with limited resources. Together we are working to try to do what is best with the Searight Toll house, one of two remaining toll houses located in Pennsylvania. This 1835 Historical Landmark needs constant care and attention and dedicated advocates. Our partnership is helping to protect this structure. Visitors from all over the United States come to see our "Old Gal". We appreciate the National Road's interest in this and our other interests.
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