Saxonburg to be exact.
A small western PA town founded by John Roebling.
Roebling Park is the location of the 1840 workshop of John A. Roebling,
where he experimented with his ideas for a wire rope.
Roebling successfully patented his new wire cable which found extensive use in suspension bridges.
The climax of his bridge-building career was, of course, the still standing Brooklyn Bridge across the East River between New York City (Manhattan) and Brooklyn.
A replica of the Brooklyn Bridge is on permanent display at the park.
I would have included a full photo of the workshop to the right;
but there was extensive landscaping work underway.