Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station

Pittsburgh, PA

40.444458,-79.992286

Opened: 1903

Architect: Daniel Burnham

www.greatamericanstations.com

Neo-Baroque structure built by the Pennsylvania Railroad, perhaps most notable for the rotunda over the entrance. The original station was converted to condos in 1989 and Amtrak moved to a newly-constructed spartan structure at the rear of the building.

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Disembarkingin PGH
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Disembarkingin PGH
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Disembarking in PGH
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Disembarking in PGH
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Station entrance from tracks
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Station entrance from tracks
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Waiting room
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Waiting room
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Waiting room
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Waiting room
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Pennsylvanian monument
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Pennsylvanian monument
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - View over Liberty Avenue
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View over Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - The Pennsylvanian
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The Pennsylvanian
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Rotunda
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Rotunda
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Front of old station
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Front of old station
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Amtrak entrance
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Amtrak entrance
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Amtrak entrance
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Amtrak entrance
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station - Escalator to track level
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Escalator to track level

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