The Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass Company has restored the historic
P&LE Passenger Station to its original beauty and simple elegance.
Keeping many of its original features, like the ticket
Office, departure board, lighting fixtures and original wood and
marble, has made the Station a landmark registered with the National
Register of Historic Places.
The Station is filled with an extensive collection
of original, museum quality, Mission-style fumiture. True to the
period of the Station's beginnings (1911), the furniture serves
as a backdrop for the Tiffany- style lamps and glass pieces in the
The Chiefs Gallery, in the front, sells glass art
from Lundberg Studios, Charles Lotton and Tiffany-style pieces from
other artists. The gallery also features glass artist Steve Fenstermacher,
formerly of Stueben, Lenox and Pennsylvania Art Glass. The Tiffany
lamps from all over the world are available in a range of sizes,
colors, and prices. The Chiefs Gallery is truly a unique gift area!
The Station's back room is for artisans and craftsmen
alike to choose stained- glass sheets from Youghiogheny Glass. With
a choice of over 120 color combinations, each sheet is a work of
art in itself. The lighting, both natural and artificial, has been
carefully designed to feature the glass at its best.