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Ohio Museum adds Conesville Plant to Exhibit

by on January 13, 2020

The American Electric Power plant in Conesville might be closing May 31, but its legacy is targeted to live on.

Following current renovations at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Roscoe Village, a new exhibit focused on manufacturing in Coshocton is slated to be installed. This will date back to Coshocton’s time as a major player in the advertising art field to current industrial giants like McWane Ductile and Kraft-Heinz. The coal-fired plant that opened in 1957 will also have a significant spot.

Continue reading the story in the Coshocton Tribune…

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