Martinsburg, West Virginia: Apple Time Capsule

A large apple sculpture is also a time capsule that was installed by the local Jaycees in 1990, not to be pried open until 2040.
605 W. King St., Martinsburg, WV
West King St. at the railroad crossing and Tuskegee St.
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Apple statue.

Giant Apple Time Capsule

Big red apple on West King St. At the corner of the Patriot Antique center across from the rescue mission.

[teamReames, 03/24/2015]

The time capsule plaque features a couple of musical notes and the phrase "Oh Shenandoah, I Long to See You." Can't wait for the year 2040!

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