Scottdale Pump Organ
The Scottdale Historical Society has received a pump organ that was played for many years in a home on South Broadway.
In that home was a pump organ manufactured in the borough by the Scottdale Organ Co. The organ was the centerpiece of the Loucks parlor and after many years it needed restoration. More>>
The Pony Express of the Air
The Pony express of the Air began in Latrobe. Covering Scottdale and other small towns nestled in the Allegheny Mountains who did not have access to east-west airmail flights. More>>
After World War II advances such as the increased use of cars and television contributed to a decline in trolley use. August 9, 1952 marked the final revenue run of the West Penn Railway
Co., according to the book "West Penn Railways." More>>
Pittsburgh Street Looking West
Here is a popular picture of Pittsburgh St. looking West from Broadway circa 1952. The buildings on the right side, to the center are unrecognizable today. More>>
Pittsburgh Street Parade
This circa 1950 parade photo was taken at the intersection of Pittsburgh and Chestnut Street. Looking East on the North side
of Pittsburgh Street. More>>
This circa 1900 image may seem a little unusual by today's viewer. But at the time of this photo, the local cemetery was usually the towns first public park. More>>
Historical Society meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month and start at 6:30 p.m. If you have interest in attending, please email us.
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