Coalville has a nice historic district with several buildings of historic and/or architectural interest.
Coalville is a very pretty town of just under 1500 located in Northern Utah near the border with Wyoming. Coalville (originally called Chalk Creek) was founded in 1859 by Mormon freaighter William Henderson Smith. As you might imaging from the name; coal was also very important to early developement of the town. Coalville is the county seat of Summitt County which derives its name from the fact it is home to 39 of the tallest mountains in Utah. I think the Summit County Courthouse is one of the best in the state!
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