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McLean-Alanreed Area Museum
This unassuming museum in the middle of downtown McLean is dedicated to the history of the area, including information on the prisoner-of-war camp that was operated just outside of town during World War II.
There is also a display relating to the ill-fated Titanic, inspired by the fact that Alfred Rowe, an area rancher, perished on the ship's maiden voyage while returning from a visit to his native England.
For those interested in visiting the site of the POW camp, take I-40 east of town and exit at #146 (County Line Rd). Go north about one mile to the historical marker.
|About the McLean-Alanreed Museum|
|Owner(s):||Charla Smith, curator|
|Address:||116 N. Main St., McLean, Texas 79057|
|Directions:||See also our GPS-based Clickable G-Maps.|