In 1964 Pittsburgh Railways became known as PAT (Port Authority Transit) and PATrain was the Port Authority’s failed attempt at commuter rail service

EMD F7(A) PATrain #6690 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania on Friday, April 14, 1989. Fourteen days after this shot was taken PATrain on Friday, April 28, 1989 ended commuter rail service and subsequently sold the cars and locomotives to the State of Connecticut

Image from a slide by: Max Korfendigas
From the collection of: Archy McNally

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