The Seventh Street or Andy Warhol Bridge, the middle of the famous Three Sisters.
Built in 1890 to reach the stockyards and other industrial unpleasantness on Herr’s Island, this bridge now carries bicycles from the Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Herr’s Island itself, renamed “Washington’s Landing,” is now full of expensive townhouses at this end, with some offices and businesses in the middle of the island and a park at the northeast end.
A view under the railroad bridge, which covers the entire length of Thirty-Third Street.
Taken from the same vantage point as our previous pictures of the Smithfield Street Bridge, but a little later in the day.
Seen here from 11th Street in Ambridge. The bridge opened in 1926; and, considering the location, it will not greatly surprise you to learn that it was put up by the American Bridge Company.
A classic truss bridge that spans the Ohio between Sewickley and just west of Coraopolis; it may come as a surprise to find that it was built as late as 1981. Here we see it from the hill above Sewickley.