Interior of Saint John Lutheran Church, Carnegie

Saint John Lutheran Church in Carnegie is a fine Gothic building from 1929, late in the Gothic Revival, when it was possible to build a Gothic church with a faint whiff of Art Deco in the exterior. The interior is simple Gothic, but with some very elaborate woodwork, especially in the splendid reredos. This wide-angle view, taken from the balcony, was put together from three photographs.

Autumn in Carnegie

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The Chartiers Creek in Carnegie, seen through a curtain of brilliant red maple leaves.