Tully’s scheduled to be demolished!!!

A large excavator sits in front of the former Tully's Restaurnt in downtown Sharon. Once owned by Quaker Steak & Lube
which sits in the same complex, its owner, TravelCenters of America, said it would begin demolishing the strcuture this week.

The interior of the vacant Tully's Pub and Grill buliding as it looks today. Part of the building originally served as the
Pennsylvania Rail Road passenger station, virtually none of its architectural featuers remains.

A historic locomotive built in 1940 sits on the side of the former Tully's restaurant in downtown Sharon. The restaurant is
being demolished, but a couple of railroad museums have expressed an interest in saving the locomotive.

The end of Tully's Pub and Grill closest to Connelly Boulevevard was built in the 1870 as the 
Pennsylvania Rail Road passenger station.

jonathanwichter December 03 2017 1122 reads 1 comment 0 ratings Print

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