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Col. Leo Sidney Boston War Memorial
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This park was dedicated on Memorial Day May 31, 1997. It is in honor of the veterans who gave the time and even some who gave the ultimate (their lives) to serve our country. It features several Static Displays of military equipment.

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Taken: 12/07/2008
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