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coachee1313 wrote a review May 2019
Montvale, New Jersey948 contributions184 helpful votes
I stopped off at the Old Depot Train Museum at 1801 Front Street to see the rail "Bow Ties" left by General Sherman. A quick fly by but is it ever so cool. Worth it.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Paul S wrote a review Oct 2018
Marion1,571 contributions1,102 helpful votes
Sherman is known for marching through Georgia but on his way from Atlanta to the sea he paid a visit to Meridian because of its location at a critical railroad junction. In a major blunder, Confederate General Leonidas Polk thought the Union army would bypass Meridian and so left the town defenseless as he took his forces to fight a phantom battle. Meanwhile, on Valentines Day 1864, the union army entered the town unopposed and did their best to wipe it off the map. Seven of the trail markers are located in Meridian with a half dozen others nearby. Even the most tired or time pressed travelers can easily visit the first two markers as they are located at 1721 and 1801 Front Street.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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