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Pittsburgh is known for it's many different styles of bridges. This is a collection of some of them, ranging from the Three Sister Bridges (6th, 7th and 9th Street Bridges a.k.a. Roberto Clemente, Andy Warhol and Rachel Carson) to the Smithfield Street Bridge on the South Side, to the Ft. Duquesne and Ft. Pitt Bridges.
The Three Sister Bridges in Pittsburgh among all the buildingsA sunny day on the Ft. Pitt bridge in PittsburghPittsburgh can barely be seen through the fog on the North ShoreThe Ft. Pitt Bridge disappears into the fog in PittsburghThe Renaissance and Roberto Clemente Bridge seen through the fog in PittsburghView of the Pittsburgh skyline from the North Shore in the fogA B&W view of the Andy Warhol Bridge through the fog in PittsburghFisheye view of the Pittsburgh skyline form the North Shore on a cloudy morningA foggy vew of the Roberto Clemente Bridge in PittsburghA B&W view of the Roberto Clemente Bridge in the fog in PittsburghPittsburgh disappears into the fog behind the Roberto Clemente BridgeSilhouette of PPF Place and the Ft. Pit Bridge at sunrisePittsburgh and Roberto Clemente Bridge reflect in the Allegheny at duskRoberto Clemente Bridge in the morning in PittsburghRed rivers and bridges at dawn in PittsburghLight trails on the Birmingham Bridge in the morningFt. Pitt Bridge in Pittsburgh at nightBirmingham Bridge in the South Side of Pittsburgh glows in the morningEarly morning reflections from underneath the Ft Pitt Bridge in PittsburghPittsburgh skyline through the Ft. Pitt Bridge in the morning

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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Bridges
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Keywords:andy warhol bridge, bridges in pittsburgh, city of bridges, ft. duquesne bridge, pittsburgh, pittsburgh bridges, rachel carson bridge, roberto clemente bridge, smithfield street bridge, steel city, sunrse, sunset