On May the Duquesne Incline Plane Company was chartered to build an incline to the top of Coal Hill, now called Mt.
Pittsburgh 1950 - Looking at the Point from Mount Washington. Bridges no longer there.
“Pittsburgh’s Liberty Avenue” In Amsterdam, it’s called De Wallen. And in Pittsburgh, in the and it was Liberty Avenue, the red-light district.
Subway dig on Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh - June 1982
Syria Mosque - Pittsburgh Music History Torn down for a parking lot.
This is a picture of Squirrel Hill near to the time talked about in the play. This depicts the home of one of the Mellon's, the notorious steel lords who was one of the rich men taking and trying to figure out how to make it into
The Nixon Theater opened in 1903 on Sixth Avenue and staged some elaborate productions. In 1950 it was sold to Alcoa and later demolished, replaced by the aluminum company's headquarters.
I walk through this alley everyday to work. The most beautiful church and iron work next to.
The North Side Market House was located at Ohio and Federal streets. There was a sister Market House across town in East Liberty - The North Side Market was razed in 1965 to make room for the new office and mall complex, Allegheny Center.
Pittsburgh PA: View east on Liberty Avenue toward Pennsylvania Railroad Station - Businesses on the north side block) of the street include: Kings Clothing Store, Lomakin Music, Robert's Restaurant & Bar, Pettey Musical Instruments, and Western Union.
What Pittsburgh Looked Like When It Decided It Had a Pollution Problem
‘For more than a century, Pittsburgh was marked as a smoky city. In 1941 an effective smoke control ordinance was passed in the city of Pittsburgh regulating the burning of coal, but the onset of World War II delayed the enactment of the legislation until
Once upon a time, there was Gimbels Department Store in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania