Pittsburgh Junction, Ohio

Pittsburgh Junction, Ohio

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Pittsburgh Junction is an unincorporated community in western Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio, United States. Its name refers to the local railroad junction of the same name, which historically marked the beginning of Pittsburgh and West Virginia Railway tracks and end of those belonging to the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway (1916–88). It is located at latitude 40.33194 and longitude -80.95083 with an elevation of 1,146 feet (349 m), little more than a mile from the intersection of U.S. Route 22 with State Route 151.

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