Key Part of Gettysburg Battlefield Preserved Photo Gallery and related media
Key Part of Gettysburg Battlefield Preserved
Defunct Gettysburg Country Club
The 95-acre property, located along the Chambersburg Pike between McPherson's Ridge and Herr's Ridge, was home to the defunct Gettysburg Country Club's nine-hole golf course until 2008. It will now become part of the Gettysburg National Military Park, a 6,000-acre memorial established in 1895.
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