Latrobe

[Amtrak station] The station was opened in 1903 by the Pennsylvania Railroad as part of a project to elevate the right-of-way as it passed through Latrobe. The architect, William H. Brown, used a Late Victorian style. The station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic station itself exists, but currently serves
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Latrobe

[n] - United States architect (born in England) whose works include the chambers of the United States Congress and the Supreme Court
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Latrobe

Benjamin Henry Latrobe noun United States architect (born in England) whose works include the chambers of the United States Congress and the Supreme Court; considered the first professional architect in the United States (1764-1820)
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Latrobe

(from the article `Westmoreland`) ...terminus of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (1940), one the first limited-access express highways in the United States. Other communities include New ...
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Latrobe

Latrobe, industrial borough (1990 pop. 9,265), Westmoreland co., SW Pa., in the foothills of the Alleghenies; inc. 1854. Among its varied manufactures are foam rubber, asphalt, building materials, steel, and plastics, and Rolling Rock beer was brewed there from 1939 to 2006. Agricultural products in...
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