RailPictures.Net Photo: 1788 with 1785 Pittsburgh Railways PCC at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by John F Bromley
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Pittsburgh Railways (more..)
PCC (more..)
Warrington & Haberman, east of South Hills Junction (more..)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
July 03, 1966
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1788 with 1785 (more..)
Route 44 (more..)
John F Bromley (more..)
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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 beside the rip track. The GE cars were unloved and were scrapped soon afterwards.
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