Like many Rust Belt towns, Braddock is a shell of its former self. But the city's inhabitants have refused to give up. See how.
Braddock, Pennsylvania, is an old steel-mill town outside of Pittsburgh. Like many towns in the Rust Belt, the modern era left Braddock a shell of its former self. But the remaining residents have refused to give up on their city, instead embracing a changing economy and finding innovative ways to thrive again. This is a look at a history of Braddock, and hopefully an inspiration to every town looking to reclaim its glory days.
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