Dedication of the Experimental Mine, 1910.
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Bruceton is an unincorporated suburb of Pittsburgh within Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is the home of the Experimental Mine of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, which originally opened in 1910. It is also the home of the Pittsburgh Safety and Health Technology Center. The Pittsburgh and West Virginia Railway connected to the B&O Railroad in Bruceton.
For years in the early 1940s the town hosted almost 100 scientists to help develop the Manhattan Project as a laboratory of the National Defense Research Committee including a month long visit by Linus Pauling.
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