This is the Pitcairn for whom the borough of Pitcairn is named, a bigwig in the Pennsylvania Railroad. He built himself a large and tasteful Corinthian mausoleum to rest in. Next to it is a spectacular Ginkgo biloba in full autumn splendor.
Robert Pitcairn, for whom the borough of Pitcairn is named, was head of the Pittsburgh Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad. It sounds like a mid-level management position, but in fact it was more like a viceroyalty. This elegant Corinthian temple demonstrates how wealthy such a position could make a man.