Abandoned Rails of Pittsburgh

This USGS topographical map image from 1956 shows the area around the abandonment indicated in ICC Filing 24673 below. Note the extent of B&O trackage in the area along the riverfront. Today, sports fans know this area as the site of both Heinz Field (home of the Pittsburgh Steelers football team) and PNC Park (home of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team). Click to enlarge.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Docket Number: 24673 Date: 7/25/1967 Section: 1(18)
Applic. for auth. to abandon the line and oper. thereover of the 0.80 mi. portion of their rr. in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pa., said line extdg. westerly from the west side of Cremo St. at Val. Sta. 7824+00, to the west side of Sproat Alley at Val. Sta. 7785+75, in the Northside of the City of Pittsburgh. (In connection with F. D. 24672)
Length: 0.8 miles Citation:  

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