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.
Ah, the poor umbrella.
For nearly 50 years, the Nixon Theater was Pittsburgh’s premiere playhouse.
Mellon Square has anchored Pittsburgh’s business district since 1955 and hid behind its aesthetic shield one of the largest parking lots in the center of the city.
Back then, the parade route was different.