"More of those things that aren't there anymore"02 October 199470 mins
There’s just not enough room in Pittsburgh to keep everything, and we’ve gotten rid of some things that people miss a lot. But it’s definitely fun to be reminded about stuff that’s gone. Remember Winky’s hamburger joints? All the drive-in theaters that used to be around here? The Gazebo restaurant in Shadyside? Did you ever sit up late listening to Party Line on KDKA radio? Or stop to gawk at the KQV window? Remember when you could wave goodbye at the old Greater Pittsburgh Airport? Or cheer for the Pittsburgh Maulers? Did you know there once were some 17 or 18 inclines in this area? We celebrate all that and more in this program (a follow-up to Things That Aren’t There Anymore).
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Have you watched Stuff That's Gone yet? What did you think about it?