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Altoona, Pennsylvania

to the western U.S., Horseshoe Curve was a primary target of eight Nazi (Nazism) saboteurs who had infiltrated the U.S. during World War II by being dropped off by U-boats of Nazi Germany's ''Kriegsmarine'' during Operation Pastorius. http: www.altoonamirror.com page content.detail id 591073.html right thumb 200px Map of Altoona and surrounding areas (Image:Altoona map.png) In the early 20th century, PRR's Altoona Works complex employed, at its peak, approximately 15,000 people and covered three miles (5 km) in length,


Stoke-on-Trent

Bowen, Kelvin Evans and Harry Davies. Edwardian School of Art (Burslem School of Art) in Burslem has been refurbished with £1.2 million, and is now run without a public subsidy. The Hothouse Centre for Ceramic Design, and the Roslyn Works complex of craft studios operate in Longton. Also based in Burslem is the Barewall Gallery,


Pittsburgh

title -- Corporate and headquarters In mid-2007, American Eagle Outfitters moved its headquarters from Warrendale, Pennsylvania to a more urban location at the SouthSide Works complex in Pittsburgh. The cost of the buildings and adjacent property was approximately $21 million (excluding interior finishing and additional construction costs). The addresses of the buildings are "19 Hot Metal Street" and "77 Hot Metal Street", with the numbers


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