I wish they had video of the monument in its “tool shed” configuration. It doesn’t look to be the kind of structure that would be built to have a door.
Seems like it would be easier to build a brand new tool shed or pool-changing booth from scratch than to relocate a 70-something-year-old structure across town, especially if that structure wasn’t even designed for the purpose.
Have you seen the price of lumber recently?
So unlike most war monuments, this lists everybody that served, not just those who died. I wonder whether it went missing because there was an intention to replace it with a more permanent monument of stone or concrete.
Its literally a shed. The names on the sides looks brand new. In the intervening 60 years, they could have just built a new shed.
It does seem a bit weird. You lost the wooden memorial structure and then forgot about it? And can’t build another because???
Lest we Forgot.
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