An article in the Tribune-Review makes an interesting point. Many industries – glass, steel, aluminum, nuclear – were birthed here, but we have no museum to commemorate these milestones. The razing of the Westinghouse particle accelerator (1937) provoked the discussion, and it might be worth some thought for Pittsburgh to have a museum of manufacturing. Just think of where we might be without these Pittsburgh pioneers. Here’s the story.
Pittsburgh: A Manufacturing Powerhouse
March 25, 2015