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The former Seneca Army Depot occupied 10,587 acres (43 km²) between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake in Seneca County, New York. It was used as a munitions storage and disposal facility by the United States Army from 1941 until the 1990s. The Depot was listed in the 1995 Base Realignment and Closure Commission and formally shut down on September 30, 2000. The property has since been transferred to the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency, which leases it to Seneca County Economic Development Corp.
Home to the world's largest herd of white deer, the base is in the towns of Varick and Romulus. Adjacent to the storage facility is the Seneca Army Airfield, whose long runway could handle large cargo aircraft; it too has been closed.
During the 1940s, the Army stored radioactive materials in connection with the Manhattan Project in igloos E0801 through E0811, on the south end of the Depot. The Army RADCON team performed a survey on these igloos during the week of 13 May 1985.
Directions to Seneca Army Dept The Airfield is 4.4 miles north of the stoplight in Ovid. As you are traveling north on Route 96A, there is a sign "Parking Area - ½ mile) - the road to the Airfield is approx 300 yards past this sign. There is a road sign at the entrance indicating it is a state training facility. If you are traveling south on Route 96A, it is 1.5 miles south of Sampson State Park.
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