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Coatesville PA is an old American steel town built up around Lukens Iron and Steel Company. The Brandywine Mansion is to the left, built before 1810. The Lukens Rolling Mills are shown to the right of the image. The Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge shown is the present one, dedicated by Teddy Roosevelt. The hills and trees in the top third show the early images of my town, with a nod to our location at the end of the Great Valley extending west from Philadelphia. The three 'trees' below the steel mill is in honor of the World Trade Center steel trees, that still stood after September 11, 2001. The steel was made here, and after the destruction of 9/11/2001, some of the trees still stood. These three trees were brought home to Coatesville and are meant to stand as part of the entrance to the National Iron and Steel Museum in the Coatesville Historic District. My design is meant to show the best of Coatesville's past, present, and future in the brick red of many of the town buildings.
Elements of this design will be separated to make an entire Coatesville collection, along with other notable Coatesville buildings. Let me know if there are specific elements or biuldings you would like to see first!