Father Pitt

Heinz Field and the Allegheny

Posted in North Side, Rivers by Dr. Boli on June 9, 2014

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Rowboat

Posted in Rivers by Dr. Boli on October 10, 2013

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A homemade rowboat sits on a dock beside the Allegheny River in Verona.

The Three Sisters

Posted in Bridges, Rivers by Dr. Boli on March 24, 2013

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Supposedly Pittsburgh is the only ¬†place in the world where you can see three identical suspension bridges in a row: the Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Street Bridges over the Allegheny, now named for Roberto Clemente (because the Sixth Street Bridge leads to the ball park), Andy Warhol (because the Seventh Street Bridge leads to the Andy Warhol Museum), and Rachel Carson (because we’re really proud of Rachel Carson).

Cruising on the Monongahela

Posted in Downtown, Rivers by Dr. Boli on October 18, 2012

The Duchess, one of the Gateway Clipper fleet, putters down the Monongahela late in an autumn afternoon.

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Downtown from the North Side

Posted in Downtown, Rivers by Dr. Boli on January 23, 2012

Chunks of ice drift by in the Ohio in this view of downtown Pittsburgh from the Carnegie Science Center.

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