Pittsburgh’s Union Station Is A Fascinating Piece Of History

Do you ever wonder what life was like a century or more ago in downtown Pittsburgh? In the days when horses and buggies carted Pittsburghers around, instead of cars and buses? If you just take a stroll through downtown, and stop by this train station in Pittsburgh in particular, you can get a pretty good feel for what yesteryear might have been like.

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