Ridgeway Armory


Photo by Seth Gaines

Name of Armory (location): Ridgeway Armory
   
Secondary/Traditional
Names of Armory:
Ridgeway Armory
   
Year Built: 1904
   
Architect/Builder: Hyde-Murphy Company
   
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County of Construction: Elk
   
Mailing Address: 72 North Broad Street,
Ridgeway, PA 15853
   
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The armory is constructed in the Romanesque architectural style and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

It was closed in 2010 and replaced by the Bradford Readiness Center located at Bradford Regional Airport, the 28,000 square foot readiness center strategically combined Army and National Guard units from the former Bradford, McKean County and Ridgway, Elk County, armories in support of the Army’s highly versatile Stryker armored combat vehicle. 

   
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