Help Us Continue to Share Our Story
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 2011 by the U.S. National Park Service, The Dennison Railroad Depot is the most significant remaining example in the nation of a railroad canteen still reflecting its WWII heritage.
During WWII, the 1.3 Million service members who traveled by troop train and stopped at the Dennison Depot Salvation Army Servicemen’s Canteen were served free food by 4,000 area volunteers. This homefront hospitality was so well known, that the nickname “Dreamsville, USA was given to us by the soldiers themselves.
Through your donations, we can continue to share the important story that the Dennison Depot and the Depot’s Salvation Army Canteen with future generations.