Pittsburgh

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Great 1902 Bird’s-Eye View of Pittsburgh

In 1903 Pittsburgh was king of the baseball world, as they were the National League representative in the first-ever World Series. This wonderful old image shows the city back from the year prior, in 1902. Pittsburgh in 1902 Source: Library...

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Lovely 1905 View of Pittsburgh From Mt. Washington

What do you think about this great old photo of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania? You’re looking at the city from Mt. Washington around 1905. 1905. “Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from Mount Washington.” 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. Source: Shorpy

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Haunting 1907 Night Photo of Pittsburgh Skyline

This is one of our favorite images we’ve come across of Pittsburgh. You’re looking at the city off in the distance at night in 1907. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1907 Source: Shorpy

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Pittsburgh Seen From the Air in 1930

Below is a photo of Pittsburgh as see from the air in 1930. You have to click on the image for an incredible, detailed view of Pittsburgh. It’s so cool. View of Downtown, facing the Point including parts of the North...

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7th Ave. Hotel in Pittsburgh in 1938

Here is a cool old photo of downtown Pittsburgh in 1938. You’re looking at 7th Ave. heading towards 9th St. In the image you’ll see the Seventh Avenue Hotel, as well as the Honus Wagner Sporting Goods Company. Description The south...

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First Point Bridge in Pittsburgh

This photo shows a beautiful old bridge in Pittsburgh over the Monongahela River. The bridge was built between 1876-1877 from Mount Washington, designed by Edward Hemberl of the American Bridge Company. The second Point Bridge was build parallel to it between...

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Liberty Avenue Intersection in Pittsburgh in 1960

First take a look at the photo below, showing the intersection of Wood St. and Liberty Ave. on November 7th, 1960. Wood St. intersection in 1960 Source: Historic Pittsburgh [iframe src=”https://www.google.com/maps/embed?pb=!1m0!3m2!1sen!2sus!4v1430616648165!6m8!1m7!1s6oFX8sg8s7Rom8G7vYEiLw!2m2!1d40.442313!2d-79.999319!3f27.89410706014074!4f-6.746620857602778!5f0.7820865974627469″ width=”700″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″ style=”border:0″]

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What Did Pittsburgh Look Like in 1908?

Are you a fan of the ‘Burgh’s history? Check out this great series of photos showing the city as it looked in 1908. These photos have some amazing details, so make sure you click on them. Circa 1908. “Fifth Avenue,...