Coatesville may refer to:

  • Coatesville, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Coatesville, Indiana, United States
  • Coatesville, New Zealand
  • a locality within the suburb of Bentleigh East, Melbourne, Australia

Other articles related to "coatesville":

Coatesville, Pennsylvania Arsons - Investigation and Response
... A state of emergency was declared in Coatesville following the arson on January 24, 2009 ... commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, to Coatesville specifically to assist with the arson investigations ... Coatesville residents began packing their suitcases and keeping them by their front doors so they can leave town at a moment's notice at least one resident had her children ...
Coatesville Area High School
... The Coatesville Area High School is part of the Coatesville Area School District, a school district based in the city of Coatesville, in central ... The high school is divided into two schools Coatesville Area Intermediate High School (CAIHS, but called the 9/10 Center or simply 9/10) for 9th and 10th graders ... Coatesville is the only high school in Chester County with an Air Force Junior ROTC unit ...
High Bridge (Coatesville, Pennsylvania)
... The Coatesville High Bridge is a stone masonry arch railroad viaduct that crosses the valley of the West Branch Brandywine Creek at Coatesville, Pennsylvania ... The Pennsylvania Railroad's Main Line passes along the north side of Coatesville on the southern slope of the North Valley Hills ...
Coatesville (Amtrak Station)
... Coatesville Station is an Amtrak rail station located in the far western suburbs of Philadelphia at Third Avenue and Fleetwood Street in Coatesville ... Coatesville is one of the least-used stations on the Keystone Corridor east of Harrisburg ...
Beth Israel Congregation Of Chester County - Early History
... Beth Israel was founded in 1904 as Kesher Israel by Jewish immigrants to Coatesville, Pennsylvania from Eastern Europe ... The congregation purchased land on Fifth Avenue and Harmony Street in Coatesville in 1923, and constructed a new synagogue building there, completed in 1924 ... During his tenure at Beth Israel he also served as chaplain of Coatesville's Veterans Affairs Hospital, and, from 1949 on, was president of the Greater Coatesville Inter-Racial Committee ...