Pennsylvania

Coaldale

Coaldale is a city in Pennsylvania. So far we have accumulated 40 streets in Coaldale and on these streets we have added 5,106 real estate properties.

Coaldale
Federal District
Northeast
Counties
Pennsylvania
City
Coaldale
Latitude
40.821942
Longitude
-75.910385
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  • Coaldale is a borough in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States. Settled in 1827, it was incorporated in 1906 from part of the former Rahn Township; it is named for the coal industry. Coaldale is in the southern Anthracite Coal region in the Panther Creek valley, a tributary of the Little Schuylkill River along U.S. Route 209 between Nesquahoning (easterly) and nearby Lansford, to its immediate west. The town has a bus stop which has a billboard on one side reading "Everybody's Goal Is Mine More Coal". It was founded by John Moser. The area on the western border of the borough is known as Seek.

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