"The "Whitney Street Frame House" is in the background. The two houses in the foreground are on Frazier Street. I am 99.9% sure the house on the left in the 1914 photo was owned by John Flynn, who died on the Titanic, leaving a wife and several children behind."
"Definitely Butler & 41st!"
"Boyd St remains Boyd St (named after the man who hung himself there well over a hundred years ago), Diamond St became Forbes Ave in 1948, the Modern Diamond st is just the left over remnant of a recut. 5th remains 5th."
"This actually DIANA Street in Spring Hill. Somehow the photo was mislabeled."
"Defnitely not in West Mifflin"
"Wrong image from google. Ridge & Reedsdale met near the West End Bridge"
"It’s Kennebec St."
"Although this used to connect to Forward before the Parkway was built. "
"Saline St, not Forward. "
"Greenfield Ave looking east near Saline, not Forward. "
"This is Greenfield Ave @ Saline (in the Run), not Forward."
"This is General ROBINSON on the North Shore. The street that runs east to west on the north side of PNC Park. There is another pic at Historic Pgh where you can see some the same places on this street. And Robinson Street on the Hill is only relatively flat and straight for 2 blocks on top."
"Manchester was a part of Allegheny City which had its own Fulton Street. The Fulton street of the Hill was renamed something else after AC merged with Pgh."
"This NOT the Hill District. It's Manchester. This bridge was still standing in the early 1970's. I crossed it many times as a child. It went from Fulton Street over the tracks and to California Avenue of Cal-Bride neighborhood. "
"Wrong bridge in newer photo."
"I give. How do I turn the view, to look west, across Magee Field?"
"Rutherglen Street was NOT off of Irvin St. It was below the tracks on 2nd Ave. Irvin St did NOT come out to Hazelwood in 1904.
Rutherglen along with Kansas St. and a few blocks were cleaned out for mill expansion."
"I must admit that the subgrade materials were not bad but there are not too many roads around that are still in good condition 109 years later. "
"I've noticed this too. I think 100 years ago the green had trouble thriving in this environment. Think of all those pitch black Pittsburgh at Noon photos from the 30s, if people can't see the light trees can't be getting all of what they need. "
"I believe the view of the old photo is actually one block further to the south where Forbes and Schenley intersect as opposed to the Northumberland intersection. :-)"