NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Rivers of Steel Heritage Corporation (RSHC) will receive sealed Proposals for the following project entitled: Partial Demolition of the Carrie Furnace Draft Stack (Allegheny County Economic Development Project No. 2016-1-CITF-027), located in Swissvale, Pennsylvania. Click here for additional information.
Tickets for the 2017 season are available now! Tours begin May 6 and run through October.
The exhibits at the Bost Building will be closed through April 6 as we update the Carrie Furnaces Through the Lens exhibition.
Rivers of Steel Heritage Tours offers complete tour planning for motorcoach groups – day trips and overnight tours – within Western Pennsylvania. See what all the buzz is about!
The new arts and culture wing of Rivers of Steel has been a long time in the making. Read more about this exciting new endeavor.
This virtual exhibit shows the intense concentration of both large and small mills that once dominated the landscape of southwestern Pennsylvania. Click here to explore the exhibit.
Explore the creation of this salvage art sculpture.
We want to hear from you! Share your memories of working in southwestern Pennsylvania’s industries or tell us about life in the region’s industrial communities. Your stories help to preserve the past for future generations. Click here to read the stories that others have shared.
Our collections consist of artifacts, documents, photographs and audio-visual materials that show many aspects of southwestern Pennsylvania's industrial, cultural, and ethnic traditions.
Experience the Homestead Labyrinth from dawn to dusk at the Waterfront. Curious? Take a sneak peek.
Industry, immigrants, diverse communities, rivers and river valleys, these elements chartered the course for southwestern Pennsylvania’s ascendancy as the steel making capital of the world.
From them flowed an industrial empire that would change the world forever and create the skyscrapers, railroads, and bridges of our modern world. Come visit southwestern Pennsylvania to discover the unique character and distinctive traditions in the birth place of the Age of Big Steel.
April 29 at 8:30 AM
Presented by the Steel Valley Trail Council
The Homestead Works 160-Inch Mill was one of the largest plate mills in the U.S.
|Ron Friess||Crucible, J&L, LTV|
|Bud Stobart||J&L Steel union laborer|
|Joe Gribbin||Homestead Steel OH5 Accounting|