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.
The Sixteenth Street Bridge, built in 1922, is now officially named for David McCullough, the historian. It is a splendidly ornate bridge, and Father Pitt thinks (he welcomes corrections) that it is the only one of Pittsburgh’s major bridges to be named for someone still living. Mr. McCullough certainly deserves the honor if anyone does.
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The graceful arch of the West End Bridge, as seen from the union Dale Cemetery. Below, with Manchester in the foreground.