Year One

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Photo by Harry Whittier Frees circa June 24th 1914.

Hi Folks,

One year ago, we launched our Time Machine Tours iOS app at the Coatesville Heritage Day celebration. Today, we have fifteen tours with over two hundred locations! We have been working with historical societies from Chester County, PA to Chaska, MN and interesting artists like Storm Print City. We even got a chance to show off at TechCrunch Disrupt!

Our team has been hard at work coming up with more content that will be released throughout the fall and into the holiday season (you can take a sneak peek at our Twin Cities tour right now!). We hope you enjoy exploring our Time Machine as much as we have had building it. We will be journeying across America and even crossing an ocean or two. We are only limited by the photos that exist, and the sky is literally the limit.

We also want to announce that starting in October; we are now part of the Coatesville Co-Share Business Incubator based out of the Coatesville Area Public Library. Coatesville is home to the country’s oldest operational steel mill, run by Rebecca Lukens, a trailblazer for women in the boardroom. It is exciting to be part of a community with such rich history, and we are glad to be permanently¬†based in the city where it all started.

Time Machine Tours is ready for year two, and I am personally looking forward to all the fun discoveries it will bring. If you have any ideas on where you would like to explore, drop me an email via the contact page. There is a lot of history out there and we want to bring you stories that you find interesting. Honestly, I can’t wait to hear from you.

Here’s to another year of exploring the past!

The Future of History is Now

Kyle Hudson
Founder/Test Pilot