Forgotten Pittsburgh: Ghosts of Neighborhoods Past

Verner was a small factory community below the McKees Rocks Bridge that developed around the long-gone Pittsburgh Forge and Iron Co. . . . All that remains is Verner Ave., which dead ends at a set of jersey barriers. (Time Unkind to Some Pittsburgh City Neighborhoods, by Bob Bauder, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

Sun sets behind the sewage plant


South Side Slopes (Slideshow)

Stairway Vistas & Green Swaddled Hills 

South Side
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East Busway Article Wins Golden Quill Award

My article, Voyaging through the Hollow: The East Busway’s Singular Lens on Pittsburgh, just won a Golden Quill Award (Press Club of Western Pennsylvania).

To see the article, click the link above; and click here to see a related blog post on this mass transit curiosity.