This black and white postcard-sized negative in my collection was made by the late Richard L Wonson. The PCC clatters over the steel plate bridge at Warrington Av as it slows for South Hills Junc... (more)
On the now abandoned DRAKE line, the 1711 speeds through Fort Couch Rd. The motorman has already set his route sign for the next outbound trip from downtown to Library PA, as weekend cars alterna... (more)
Many Pittsburgh streets were just barely wide enough for two tracks but few were so well covered with a tree canopy that it was difficult to find sunny locations to record. One such opportunity p... (more)
Original Kodachrome by the late Joseph Jessel Jr, a good friend who taught me much about photographic composition as it applied to streetcar views (not always the same as it is for railroad views)... (more)
The brilliant red front tells us the PCC is fresh from the paint shop following an accident. Here it holds at Edgebrook Siding on the Overbrook line for a meet with a Pittsburgh-bound car.
Pittsburgh’s 40 MT WASHINGTON route took many twists and turns after leaving the Mt Washington Tunnel. Travelling many narrow streets, cutoffs, such as shown here, were sometimes used.
After the North Side routes closed, the GE-equipped PCCs from Keating were reassigned to Tunnel Carouse - here a pair of them perform on the 44 KNOXVILLE service crossing a hump-backed bridge besi... (more)
Back in the days of operating steel mills in Pittsburgh, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad served this mill and PAT streetcars on Route 64 passed by. One car was late, thanks very much for that bit o... (more)
Pittsburgh had many long routes radiating from downtown, plus several neighborhood services - the 65 ran from Munhall to Lincoln Place, mainly on single track.
A freshly-painted front end suggests a recent shop visit for this interurban PCC, newly taken over by the Port Authority from PRC. The car is on a high-speed curve and has just boarded ladies on ... (more)
Check out the track-work in the street....and don't miss the gas price!