At its best, Pittsburgh is an elegant marriage of geography, human engineering and architecture.
We never truly understood how awe-inspiring the span must have been to Pittsburghers in the early 1930s.
The station at 10th Street and Liberty Avenue began its operation on October 12, 1901.
Fifty-two railroads shared the task of taking the Freedom Train on its 33,000-mile journey.
A search of other cars in the yard turned up two more bodies, also headless.