Discover Rich History in a Small Town
Home of the Eldred WWII MuseumThe Eldred Borough, 3 Bennett Street, Eldred, Pennsylvania, is the city government office for Eldred. Home of the Kendall Bridge, also known as the Allegheny River Viaduct Junction of Routes 346 and 446. The Kendall name comes from locals in reference to the longtime Kendall station located directly at the entrance of the bridge. Kendall Bridge crosses over railroad tracks, a secondary road, and the Allegheny River.
A Town That Has It All
“In Eldred you can buy groceries, open a savings account, fill your prescriptions, buy hammer and nails, get your car repaired, insure your car and home, get in shape or get a tattoo, eat a great meal, get your haircut, plan your estate, try a new hair color, attend the church of your choice, fuel up or wash your car, feel good about your child’s education, borrow a book, and at the end of the day enjoy an adult beverage or ice cream treat.”
– Char Bennett Stoughton
During World War II, Eldred was the site of a British and American munitions plant that produced eight million bombs, mortar shells and fuses. The Eldred WWII Museum opened on Memorial Day in 1996 to honor those who fought in the war and those who worked at the plant.
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
3 Bennett Street
PO Box 270
Eldred, PA 16731