This series explores detailed views of two abandoned railway cars parked near Station Square under the Panhandle Bridge (Monongahela River Bridge), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. One of the cars is an Erie-Lackawanna electric passenger car and the other (see photo below) is a Bottle Type hot metal car built by MH Treadwell Company of Easton, Pennsylvania.
I saw nothing aesthetically pleasing about either
one of these graffiti-covered cars when I viewed from the walking path that passes
within ten feet of them. After getting closer, however, and crawling underneath and inside the
passenger car, my perspective changed. You can see some of the details I saw presented here.