Menu from Cole's Cottage on Route 22 at Center rd. c. 1953.
Zayre's on Route 22 - 1970s
Union Railroad Tracks from Route 22.
22 Park Shops (Route 22) - 1970.
Valley Buick Route 22 & Route 48. 1970s.
Penn Monroe Bar and Grill on Route 22 in the 1970s.
Municipal Water Authority along Old Route 22.
Holiday House on Route 22. 1970s.
Zayre's Shopping Plaza on Route 22.
Holiday House on Route 22. 1970s.
Johnny Garneau's Restaurant on Route 22.
Terrace Motel on Route 22. 1969.
Toll Gate Motel at Routes 22 & 48 in the 1970s.
Valley Buick Shopping Center on Route 22 in the 1970s.
A & L Motors on Route 22.
Penn-Super Pharmacy on Route 22, with Joann Schwartzmiller at the Soda Fountain. c. 1950.
Tyke's Gas station at Route 22 and Stroschien Rd.
Removal of Railroad tracks for mine servicing near Route 22 and Center Road.
Route 22 between Northern Pike and Center Road.
Route 22 heading east at Center Road. c. 1950.
On Northern Pike towards Route 22. c. 1950.
Route 22 east from overpass near Northern Pike. c. 1950.
Route 22 west from overpass. c. 1950.
Route 22 east at Center and Stroschein (Salamon Brother's Market). c. 1950.
Jonnet Building c. 1980.
Route 22 and Center Rd. 1998.
Eat 'n Park restaurant on Route 22. c. 1990.
Northern Pike towards Route 22. c.1990.
Route 22. Pittsburgh Dry Cleaners. c. 1990.
Route 22. view from Miracle Mile. c. 1990.
Holiday House on Route 22. c. 1980.
Miracle Mile in 2005.
Routes 22 and 48 facing west in 2005.
Route 22 facing east in 2005.
Miracle Mile in 2005.
Route 22 at Stroschien Rd. in 2005.
Salamon Brother's Super Market at Route 22 and Center Road. c. 1940.
Cole's Cottage at Route 22 and Stroschien Rd. in 1947.
Route 22 with Wm. Penn Fruit Market's open stands. c. 1950.
San Juan Motel on Route 22. c. 1960.
Kaufmann's Department Store on Route 22. 1986.
Gavity Fill Gas Station on Old Route 22 with gasolene supplied from railroad cars on adjacent hill. c. 1930.
Gravity Fill Gas station on Old Route 22 with staff.
The Old Windmill Restaurant and Gravity Fill station on Old Route 22. c. 1930.
Old Windmill restaurant on Old Route 22. c. 1930.
The Holiday House and Route 22. c. 1950.
William Penn Motel at 4139 Wm. Penn Hwy. c. 1960.
Phoenix Motel on Route 22. c. 1960.
Conley's Motel and Restaurant on route 22. c. 1960.
San Juan Motel. c. 1960.
Taylor's Auction Barn on route 22. c. 1950.
Routes 22 and 48. c. 1960.
Lang's Gas station on route 22. c. 1920.
Taylor's Auction Barn on Route 22. c. 1950.
Hampton Inn. 2005.
King's Motel on Route 22. 2005. (razed in 2013)
The Palace Inn Motel on Route 48. 2005. (razed 2009. Current location of UPMC Hospital)
Route 22 looking West in 2005.
Sunrise Inn on Route 22. c. 2000.
Route 22 at Center/Stroschein Rds. c. 1970.
Penn-Monroe Bar and Restaurant on Route 22. c. 1950.
Beatty's Resaurant and Gulf Station on Route 22 at Strochein Rd. c. 1948.
Tucker's hotel on route 22. c. 1946.
The Monroeville Expo Mart. 2005.
The Jonnet Building. 2005.
Miracle Mile (aerial view). 1985.
Glen Cole at the Atlantic gas station on Old Route 22.
Parkvale Bldg. on Route 22. 2005.
Route 22 at Northern Pike. 2005.
Penn-Monroe Bar and Grill on Route 22. 2005.
Tucker's Hotel on Route 22 near Duff Road. c. 1950.
Park Diner on Route 22. c. 1990.
Route 22 at Center Road; looking east. c. 1990.
Penn Super Pharmacy, Community Hardware, Hair Supply. c. 1990.
Center Road at Route 22. c. 1990.
Route 22 looking east near Rt. 48 (Kaufmann's on right). c.1960.
Route 22 looking west towards Wlikins Twp. c. 1960.
Route 22 near Center Rd. (Ruby's Cleaners on left). c. 1960.
Route 22 looking west (with Luzader's 22 Motel on left). c.1960.
The University Park Garden Club members prepare for the April Garden Market to held at Kubrick's Nursery on Rt 22, in 1961. L to R: Bob Kubrick, Kay Oswalt, Aenese Straufenberg, Geraldine Giola, Elinor Chadwick, and Alice Witkovich.
Greyhound Bus Station at Zayre's Plaza on Route 22. c. 1980.
Penn Super Pharmacy on route 22. c. 1950.
Flea market at Jonnett Plaza. 1982.
Route 22 looking east from the overpass in 1997.
Wm. Penn Motel, Burger King and Sunrise Inn. Route 22. 1995.
Pittsburgh Outdoor Theater, on route 22 near route 48, in the late 1940s.
Route 22 facing East in the early 1950s.
Looking south across Route 22 before Cochran Motors in 2001.
Taylor's Auction Barn on Route 22 in the 1950s.
Penn Super Pharmacy on Route 22 in the 1950s.
Cole's Cottage. c. 1940.
Miller's Roadside Stand.
Luzader's 22 Motel.
McKean Cadillac dealership on Route 22.
Beatty's Restaurant on Route 22 near Strochein Road.
Gulf Gas Station located on the southwest corner of Old Route 22 and Center Road. In the late 1950s, the station was owned by the Hamilton family.
Monzo's Howard Johnsons. Located on Route 48 near the intersection with Route 22, this motel lost the "Howard Johnsons" designation but continued on in business into the 2000s. Eventually it was closed and the land sold as the site for a future hospital.
Chin's Taki Outi on William Penn Hwy (near Center Road) c. 1970.
The Holiday House, located on the north side of Route 22 in the 2700 block, was a popular night club that featured "big name" entertainers from the 1950s to the 1980s. It closed its doors in the late 1980s, and the land was sold for development.
The Burger King on the north side of Route 22 (across from the Miracle Mile) in about 1970.
Monroeville's Holiday House, a well-known night club, went out of business in the 1980s; in 1989 the building, at the 3700 block of Route 22, was torn down to make way for the Holiday Town Centre shopping mall.
Phoenix Motel on Route 22.
Conley's Motel on Route 22.
Kaufmann's Department Store on Route 22 near Route 48.
Nick Marie's Esta-Esta Restaurant on Route 22.
Routes 22 and 48 in the 1970s.
Kaufmann's Department Store on Route 22.
"Zayre's Plaza" with Monroe Theater - 1968.
King's Motel; Rt. 22 at 48 looking east - 1968.
Zayre's in "Zayre's Plaza" in the 1960s.
Beauty Supply Salon at Rt. 22 and Center/Monroeville Trestle Rd. in 1988. This corner was once the location of Salamon Brother's Market.
Johnny Garneau's Restaurant and smorgasbord on Route 22.
William Penn Motel on Route 22.
Hamilton House (Triangle Restaurant) on old Route 22 near Center Road.
Coal Tipple (remodeled) on Old Route 22 (2009).
A demonstration of fire fighting techniques at the original station of Monroeville's Fire Company #5 located behind a gas station at Strochein Road and Business Route 22. (c.1950s).
Monroeville Fire Company #5 began in 1955 in the side garage bay of the Gulf Service Station located at Strochein Road and Business Route 22. The company later (1964) moved to a new location on Seco Road in Monroeville's Business Park.
Patton Township Fire Truck from Fire Company Number 1, a 1939 International Pumper, seen here in the Fourth of July parade.
Evening on Route 22 near the Miracle Mile Shopping Center (photo by Gene Bolch).