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NSVA Seabee Memorial at Fisherman’s Park, N. Tonawanda, New York

NSVA Seabee Memorial at Fisherman’s Park, N. Tonawanda, New York

Tonawanda NY Seabee Memorial

This now nationally famous Memorial Monument stands proudly in a beautiful public park on the shores of the mighty Niagara River, a few miles upstream of Niagara Falls. It was officially dedicated June 8th 1996 by RADM David Nash, Officer in charge of all U.S. Naval Construction Forces. It is an outstanding example of the Seabee ‘Can Do’ spirit. The monument was built by the members of the NSVA Island X-8 NY, and was financed by donations for space on the wall for Seabee’s names and units. It also has a section for Military friends of Seabee’s as well as a section for civilian friends of Seabee’s. Many local businesses donated both materials and services. Click here to visit their website.

Driving Directions

Getting off on interstate 90 West at Williamsville tollgate, take 290 to exit 1B, route 384 North (Delaware Ave.) to North Tonawanda, Fisherman Park and Seabee Monument.

From :Erie, PA – 90 to Exit (50 Route 290 Niagara Tails) to exit 1B, route 384 North (Delaware Ave.) to North Tonawanda, Fisherman Park and Seabee Monument.

From Route 62 Niagara Falls Blvd. Take 425 South (Erie Ave.) which turns into Wheatfield Street to 384 North (River Road) right on River Road, Monument on the left.

From Buffalo, NY – take 384 North (Delaware Ave.) to North Tonawanda Fisherman Park and Seabee Monument.

From Niagara Falls, NY – take Route 384 South to North Tonawanda Fisherman Park and Seabee Monument.

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