Downtown Pittsburgh viewed from Mt. Washington, 1945.
Posts tagged skyline.
Pittsburgh’s Gateway Center, with the Fort Pitt Bridge under construction in the foreground, 1956. [Shorpy]
A beautiful picture of Roberto Clemente in Forbes Field from a Redditor’s father.
Just look at that skyline in the background and the patchy grass near first base. There isn’t much difference between this field and what would pass for a Little League park these days.
Skyline - Pittsburgh, Pa.
"As seen from across the Monongahela River showing the new giant skyscraper office buildings rising in the very heart of the Golden Triangle. To the left of the picture and near the apex of the famous Point, can be seen three of the Gateway Center Office Buildings. When the project is completed there will be nine of these huge buildings at this location, and 36 acres will provide a fitting center for Fort Pitt."
On This Day in Pittsburgh History: November 21, 1960
Light Up Night has its first official debut at 6 p.m., and all department stores unveil their holiday displays. The previous year a smaller unofficial light-up event was launched. [Wikipedia; Brady Stewart]
Pittsburgh, 1953. Photo by Edouard Boubat.
“Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from Mount Washington. 1905 via @steeltownanthem
Pittsburgh at night, 1955. W. Eugene Smith.
May 8, 1945: Victory in Europe, downtown Pittsburgh [YouTube]
Downtown Pittsburgh, 1952 [Brookline Connection]
Pittsburgh skyline along the Monongahela River, 1902 [Brady Stewart]