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Railroad Station, Sewickley, PA

Railroad Station, Sewickley, PA

The  railroad station at Sewickley, PA, abt 1947.  To get to Pittsburgh, you had the choice of the trolley car, two bus lines, and, in the rush hours, the train.  During  WWII, some of the railroad coaches were converted baggage cars.  The only people who needed cars were teen age boys to impress teen age girls.

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