Northern Pike & Mosside Blvd. 1971.
The Third Cross Roads Church building on Mosside Blvd. c.1960.
Northern Pike Shopping Center at Route 48. 1970s.
Sam Black Farm House on Mosside Blvd. "Blackridge Farm." (near present-day Sunrise Senior Living Home)
Radio Hill along Route 48 (later the Gateway H.S. campus) as seen from Loehmann's Plaza. 1985.
The original of Monroeville's Holiday inn Bldg on Mosside Blvd. c. 1970.
Monroeville's Holiday inn. Original Building on Mosside blvd. 1970. (aerial view).
Holiday inn on Mosside Blvd. 2005.
The Penn Mor Hotel and Restaurant. The Amantea family (bothers Joe, George, Albert, and Adam) built and ran the Penn Mor Hotel at the southern end of Mosside Blvd. The building was erected in 1947 as a hotel for workers who needed convenient rooms and meals. The restaurant expanded to serve a heavy volume of lunch-time customers from local businesses (Westinghouse Printing in Trafford, Westinghouse Electric, etc) with favorites being Hot Sausage on Bun and Pasta dishes. Eventually the brothers expanded the building to included banquet facility with large ballrooms (first and second floors) for dances, wedding receptions, and conferences. The business was sold in 1957.
Mosside Blvd in 2011 (Photo by Gene Bolch) .