For decades a narrow home stood guard over the famous redoubt.
Things that are gone
A spectacular blaze destroys Woodland Church in the midst of filming for the movie “Lorenzo’s Oil.”
Stewart Love’s arial photographs show a crowded city with sometimes surprisingly clean air.
Street cars were hated, hated by auto owners, by jaywalkers, by people who never used them, a familiar sentiment one observes today towards PAT buses.
Pittsburghers couldn’t get enough of the new Greater Pittsburgh Airport in 1952.