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This small bridge carries traffic on lower P.J. McArdle Roadway over a set of Norfolk Southern railroad tracks, and you can see it from a number of places in the Golden Triangle. The span rises beside the domes of St. John the Baptist Ukranian Catholic Church; the two provide a visual treat for those who take the time to scan the cityscape. The bridge is a Depression-era structure, built in 1933-35. Motorists making their way up McArdle to the Liberty Bridge and beyond get their own visual treat -- a unique view of the city, looking over the shoulders of the South Side.
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About Pittsburgh Revolution
Photographer Steve Mellon takes several pictures over a brief period of time, then stitches them together in a computer.