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Workers watch as a 1897-built H.K. Porter 0-4-0T  Locomotive is lifted by crane onto a flatbed truck at Riverfront Park in Sewickley Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Sewickley Borough council accepted a $17,500 donation from Sugarcreek, Ohio-based Age of Steam Roundhouse to remove the locomotive, its adjoining coal car, a caboose and track from the park after borough officials deemed the items a safety hazard. The locomotive and caboose were donated by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and placed at the park in 2000.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Workers watch as a 1897-built H.K. Porter 0-4-0T Locomotive is lifted by crane onto a flatbed truck at Riverfront Park in Sewickley Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Sewickley Borough council accepted a $17,500 donation from Sugarcreek, Ohio-based Age of Steam Roundhouse to remove the locomotive, its adjoining coal car, a caboose and track from the park after borough officials deemed the items a safety hazard. The locomotive and caboose were donated by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and placed at the park in 2000.
Workers guide a 1897-built H.K. Porter 0-4-0T  Locomotive onto a flatbed truck at Riverfront Park in Sewickley Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Sewickley Borough council accepted a $17,500 donation from Sugarcreek, Ohio-based Age of Steam Roundhouse to remove the locomotive, its adjoining coal car, a caboose and track from the park after borough officials deemed the items a safety hazard. The locomotive and caboose were donated by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and placed at the park in 2000.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Workers guide a 1897-built H.K. Porter 0-4-0T Locomotive onto a flatbed truck at Riverfront Park in Sewickley Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Sewickley Borough council accepted a $17,500 donation from Sugarcreek, Ohio-based Age of Steam Roundhouse to remove the locomotive, its adjoining coal car, a caboose and track from the park after borough officials deemed the items a safety hazard. The locomotive and caboose were donated by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and placed at the park in 2000.
Macy's department store visual manager, Matt Stone (left) and building manager Adam Shreve install Christmas decorations around the downtown Macy's, Wednesday.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Macy's department store visual manager, Matt Stone (left) and building manager Adam Shreve install Christmas decorations around the downtown Macy's, Wednesday.
The sun casts long shadows on to the sidewalk Downtown Wednesday afternoon.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
The sun casts long shadows on to the sidewalk Downtown Wednesday afternoon.
Daniel Smith of Morningside and Ascenith Deen of the North Side work on the Light Up Night display at toy store S.W. Randall, Downtown.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Daniel Smith of Morningside and Ascenith Deen of the North Side work on the Light Up Night display at toy store S.W. Randall, Downtown.
A hawk takes flight from a utility line along Swede Hill Road in Hempfield Township on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
A hawk takes flight from a utility line along Swede Hill Road in Hempfield Township on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013.
Daniel Sanner, 4, of Mt. Pleasant, smiles as his mother Martie walks him away from his new adaptive bike on Nov. 21, 2013 after it was presented to him by Variety and The Community Foundation at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center. It took two weeks for Blackburn's medical staff to fit the six children to their $1,800 bikes. CFWC provided a grant to Variety to enable familes to participate in the 'My Bike' program, which started in Pittsburgh and now operates in 45 cities worldwide.
Steph Chambers | Tribune-Review
Daniel Sanner, 4, of Mt. Pleasant, smiles as his mother Martie walks him away from his new adaptive bike on Nov. 21, 2013 after it was presented to him by Variety and The Community Foundation at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center. It took two weeks for Blackburn's medical staff to fit the six children to their $1,800 bikes. CFWC provided a grant to Variety to enable familes to participate in the 'My Bike' program, which started in Pittsburgh and now operates in 45 cities worldwide.
Pittsburgh firefighters back off of a ladder while fighting a fire on the 5500 block of Beacon in Squirrel HIll, Wednesday. A female was reported to be in the home when the fire started but was able to escape without serious injury.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh firefighters back off of a ladder while fighting a fire on the 5500 block of Beacon in Squirrel HIll, Wednesday. A female was reported to be in the home when the fire started but was able to escape without serious injury.
A crowd of more than 100 gathers across from the Butler County Courthouse to voice their opinion regarding the proposed sale of Sunnyview Nursing Home Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
A crowd of more than 100 gathers across from the Butler County Courthouse to voice their opinion regarding the proposed sale of Sunnyview Nursing Home Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013.
Sister Barbara Marie, right, presents Sister Mary Archangela Galecki, center, a papal blessing from Pope Francis for her 80th anniversary as a religious sister and her 100th birthday during a celebration held at Felician Sisters Academy in Coraopolis Wednesday evening, Nov. 20, 2013. The Harwick native was joined by family members including her niece Marlene Lutz, left, of Cranberry.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Sister Barbara Marie, right, presents Sister Mary Archangela Galecki, center, a papal blessing from Pope Francis for her 80th anniversary as a religious sister and her 100th birthday during a celebration held at Felician Sisters Academy in Coraopolis Wednesday evening, Nov. 20, 2013. The Harwick native was joined by family members including her niece Marlene Lutz, left, of Cranberry.

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