Greensburg's Main Street Memories

Then and Now

From the discovery of large soft coal deposits in the early 1900s to the development of two major shopping malls on the outskirts of town in the 1960s and 1970s, the one constant throughout the history of Greensburg has been change, despite its long-lasting consequences for the city, both positive and negative. Therefore, we've captured some of these changes throughout the Greater Greensburg area in the form of photos and accompanying information about the featured locations, then and now.

Click on the following links below to view the featured locations.

Cope Building
22 West Pittsburgh Street

Dairy Queen (across from Lynch Field)
601 New Alexandria Road

General Greene Hotel
24 West Otterman Street

Greengate Mall
West of Greensburg on U.S. Route 30

Joe Workman's
104 South Main Street

Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
6064 U.S. Route 30, west of Greensburg

North Pennsylvania Avenue
City of Greensburg

Seton Hill University
One Seton Hill Drive

South Main Street
City of Greensburg

WHJB Directional Site
West of Greensburg on U.S. Route 30

West Otterman Street at the corner of North Pennsylvania Avenue
City of Greensburg

Westmoreland Mall
5256 U.S. Route 30, east of Greensburg

Westmoreland Tire Company
500 New Alexandria Road