By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The beloved orange cart shaded by a colorful umbrella. Since the 1930s, it has been a sure sign of summer in Pittsburgh.

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But, now you will also be able to see it in winter. It will just be a little smaller though.

The Gus & YiaYia Ice Cream Scoop Cart is the latest edition in another beloved Pittsburgh tradition – the Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad and Village.

Photo credit: KDKA, photojournalist Aaron Sledge

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Gus & YiaYia’s first opened on the North Side in 1934. The wagon was run by Gus’ parents until Gus and his wife, Stella, took over in 1951.

The iconic booth handed out crushed ice in a variety of flavors, as well as popcorn and peanuts, to generation after generation of Pittsburghers.

The tiny version of Gus & YiaYia will debut at the Science Center on November 17.

The miniature railway and village will reopen to the public on November 18. The addition of Gus & YiaYia is sure to be a fan favorite.

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