Revloc Historic District is a national historic district located at Cambria Township in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 203 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 1 contributing structure. The district consists of residential areas and utilitarian industrial buildings associated with the Monroe Coal Mining Company and developed between 1917 and 1944. The mine was serviced by the Cambria and Indiana Railroad. Notable buildings include a variety of brick and frame miners' housing, stone company store (1918), payroll office (c. 1916), company boiler house (c. 1916), supply house (c. 1918), machine and blacksmith shop (c. 1916), Revloc Presbyterian Church (1923), Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church (1924), and Revloc School (c. 1919, 1924).