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Southview is a census-designated place located in Mount Pleasant and Cecil Townships in Washington County in the state of Pennsylvania. Southview is located in northern Washington County along Southview Road, within a mile of Pennsylvania Route 50. As of the 2010 census the population was 276 residents.
Southview was built as a coal town for the Montour No. 1 coal mine, which opened in 1914. The village was considered to be a first-class miners' town and included housing for miners and their families, as well as a company store. The exact date of the mine closing is unknown, but it was probably closed between 1932 and 1939, according aerial photos.
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