What do linotype, teletype, and portable printers have in common? They’re all innovations that Post-Gazette writers from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s heralded as cutting-edge.
These nine photos show parts of Pittsburgh that now look much different.
The T was 75 years in the making, and while it still doesn’t go as far as many Pittsburghers would like, it did help improve the city’s 20th century Downtown traffic headaches.
Once upon a time, Chatham Center was predicted to be the start of an Oakland-Downtown connection.
Questioned at first, Allegheny County’s administration building and its neighbor, the City-County Building, are landmarks today.