P&LERR Railroad Terminal Building
The Grand Concourse

P&LERR Railroad Terminal Building

The P&LERR (Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad) terminal building, or the Landmarks Building, was constructed in 1900. This Pittsburgh historic landmark, once a busy passenger station and hub of the P&LERR railroad, has been renovated and is now the cornerstone of the Station Square complex of shops and restaurants.

P&LERR Railroad Terminal Building - 1946.

The seven-story office complex is also the home of The Grand Concourse, one of Pittsburgh's premier dining establishments. The building is located next to the Smithfield Street Bridge at Carson Street.

The Grand Concourse restaurant.

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