It sits on the banks of the Monongahela River like a monstrous monument to extinction.
With no fire in its belly and no smoke in its stacks, the rusting power plant provides only one sign of its former inhabitants, scribbled on a white board in a padlocked guard booth.
"RIP Mitchell," the handwriting reads. "You gave us a good few years."
The Mitchell Power Station, just south of Pittsburgh, actually turned Pennsylvania coal into power for a good 65 years before the discovery of cheaper, cleaner...
The Mitchell power plant lies quiet and rusting on the shores of the Monongahela River. Despite political promises, there's no sign of the coal-powered plant coming back.
The president has made fundamental errors that may sink his presidency. It didn't have to be that way.