Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Wayne
177 North Wayne Avenue and West Avenue
Wayne, PA 19087
+1 610 688 0193
The Pennsylvania Railroad Station is also famously referred as the Union Station or the Penn Station. The station was opened to the general public in 1903. Reconstructing of the station was undertaken in 1954 and 1988. The station stands as a historically significant railroad avenue at the Grant Street and Liberty Avenue in the region of Pittsburgh. The structuring of the station building is done in a way that depicts the Beaux Arts style of architecture. The monumental station also stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.