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A historic photo of a group of people looking at the Miniature Railroad and Village
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Boy pointing at trains with Grandfather
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  • Kaufmann’s Grand Depot – Downtown Pittsburgh
  • Tender Teddy – Tender Care Learning Centers
  • Primanti Bros. – Strip District, Pittsburgh
  • Fallingwater – Mill Run, Fayette County
  • Punxsutawney Phil – Punxsutawney, Jefferson County
  • Avella Train Station – Avella, Washington County
  • Sharon Steel Mill – Demolished 1990s, Farrell, Mercer County
  • John Roebling House and Workshop – Saxonburg, Butler County
  • Richardsville Baptist Church – Richardsville, Jefferson County
  • Charles Bowdish Homestead – Brookville, Jefferson County
  • Rachel Carson Homestead – Springdale, Allegheny County
  • Searight’s Tollhouse – Near Uniontown, Fayette County
  • The Original Allegheny Observatory – Demolished 1956, North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood House
  • George Westinghouse General Office Building – Also known as “The Castle,” Wilmerding, Allegheny County
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church – North Side, Pittsburgh, formerly Allegheny City
  • Frank Conrad House – Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County
  • LeMoyne House – Washington, Washington County
  • Henry Buhl, Jr. Honeymoon House – North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Liverpool Street Row Houses – Manchester, North Side, Pittsburgh
  • The First Point Bridge – Demolished 1927, connected South Side to Downtown, Pittsburgh
  • Old Stone House – Route 8, north of Butler, Butler County
  • Klavon’s Pharmacy – 2801 Penn Avenue, Strip District, Pittsburgh
  • Photo Antiquities Building – 531 East Ohio Street, North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Mueller’s Hardware – 526 East Ohio Street, North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Bijou Dream Theater – Operated 1910–1912, East Liberty, Pittsburgh
  • D. Hollander Clothing Store – 413–415 East Ohio Street, North Side, Pittsburgh
  • St. John’s Church – Old Economy Meeting Hall, Economy, Beaver County
  • Number 9 Fire House – Built 1885, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh
  • Donora Post Office – Donora, Washington County
  • Old Indiana County Courthouse – Indiana, Indiana County
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church – Hill District, Pittsburgh
  • “Lark Inn” (Daniel Leet House) – Leetsdale/Edgeworth, Allegheny County
  • 1201 and 1226 Resaca Place Row Houses – North Side, Pittsburgh
  • John Woods Home – Hazelwood, Pittsburgh
  • McKeesport Watch Tower – McKeesport, Allegheny County
  • Homestead Train Station – Homestead, Allegheny County
  • Monongahela Incline – Carson Street to Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh
  • Pittsburgh Courier Building – Demolished 1960s, Hill District, Pittsburgh
  • East Street Bridge – aka Swindell Bridge, over the East Street Valley; 1930
  • Cantilever Truss Bridge, Allegheny County
  • Fort Pitt Blockhouse – Built in 1764, Point State Park, Pittsburgh
  • H.J. Heinz Homestead – On barge, moved 1904 from Sharpsburg to North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Rodgers Air Field – Operated 1925–1935, O’Hara Township, Allegheny County
  • Neill Log House – Schenley Park, Pittsburgh
  • Luna Park Entrance – Baum Blvd. and Craig Street, Pittsburgh
  • S.S. Grand View Ship Hotel – Lincoln Highway, U.S. Route 30, Bedford County
  • Oil Well – Similar to Drake’s Well, Venango County
  • Roundhouse & Railyard – Old Allegheny City, now North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Gulf Gas Station – Baum Blvd. and St. Clair Street, East Liberty, Pittsburgh
  • Forbes Field – Oakland, Pittsburgh; The replica depicts the park’s first game, between the Pirates and the Chicago Cubs
  • Isaly’s Dairy Store – 24 Pike Street, Canonsburg, Washington County
  • The Woman’s Suffrage Parade – a 1914 march through Downtown Pittsburgh