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Hot Springs VA on National Trust Endangered List
Hot Springs VA on National Trust Endangered List
Sam Slocum
June 25, 2014

Hot Springs VA One of Most Endangered Historic Places

The Hot Springs Veterans Hospital is now on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's list of most endangered historic places. The hospital has been in operation since 1907, according to a KOTA article. The original Battle Mountain Sanitarium used the natural healing waters from the hot springs, now known as Evans Plunge

For more information on Evans Plunge and the VA, please visit our archive.

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