Pittsburgh Railways - Trolley 4345

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  • Trolley 4345 on the 38-Mt. Lebanon A-Line loop in Castle Shannon on Monday, August 14, 1950. The A-Line Loop is directly behind a large two-story brick building owned by Pittsburgh Railways that later on in 1959 would become the Castle Shannon Borough Building & Police Station

  • The Castle Shannon Methodist Church & Parsonage on Myrtle Ave. can be seen in the background

  • The cars in the background on the left side of the photo are on Castle Shannon Blvd.

  • Trolley 4345 was built by Pressed Steel or Standard Steel in 1915. With General Electric Jones control, 4 GE 247 motors and M25 trucks. Weight 35,520 lbs.

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