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Fort Knox

The site for this installation was formerly a part of the Fort Knox military reservation that was deeded to the Treasury Department. The Depository was completed in 1936.
The Fort Knox Bullion Depository protects Gold Bullion and Assets of other U.S. Government Agencies.

Camp Knox was established 1918 and named after General Henry T. Knox. In 1932 it was renamed to Fort Knox and was a training facility for the army.
The building where the Gold is stored was built in 1937!

The address is: Gold Vault Road. Fort Knox is closed to visitors. You can only view it from the Highway.

The U.S. Bullion Depository, a.k.a. Fort Knox
The U.S. Bullion Depository, called Fort Knox



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