Why the name "Red Hill"?+
Many years ago, when most of Kentucky's land was still unexplored and covered in wilderness; a group of railroad workers, constructing tracks westward hit the hardest red clay they'd ever seen. And so the site became known as Red Hill. The workers, as well as the conductors and other workers of the railroad used the name "Red Hill" as a marker of sorts to let the depots know how far they were from arrival.
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Visit the red hill cutlery store inside the George Patton museum+
General George Patton Museum & Center of Leadership Museum Store Presented by Red Hill Cutlery Located inside the Patton Museum on Fort Knox, Kentucky OPEN Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 5:30 pm Closed Sundays & Mondays
In Summer of 2014 Red Hill Cutlery teamed up with the Patton Museum Foundation to open the NEW & IMPROVED Patton Museum Store Presented by Red Hill Cutlery. This gift shop is located just 3 minutes away from our main store on Logsdon Parkway. We urge all of our loyal customers to come and discover this historic museum and store.
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