"I'm not sure with this one. I think that's Bedford Dwellings behind the smokestack of a probably long gone powerhouse, but if that were the case, St Benedict the Moor school should be visible, which it isn't."
"Stoner, Thaw & Co was located at 1200 West Carson St"
"The No. 3 Police Station on Penn Ave was located at 2608 Penn Ave. "
"Evans Way, sometimes referred to as Evans Alley, was another street that was sacrificed for Gateway Center, but it once existed one block toward the point from the still present Stanwix street"
"Fancourt St ran between Penn Ave and Liberty Ave and was removed for Gateway Center, however it was two blocks toward the point from the still existing Stanwix St."
"The West End Machine Co was at 1704 West Carson Street."
"Pittsburgh Valve was at 26th and Railroad St in the strip. This vantage point from a hill may be more akin to be from what is now the MLK busway than from Brereton St"
"442 Penn Ave used to be on the corner of 5th Ave and Penn Ave, where the back of Fifth Avenue Place now resides."
"I think this is tagged wrong. I believe the historic photo is looking North from Harriet onto the 300 block of S. Atlantic Ave. The grade of the lawns is what led me to think this attribution to S. Pacific might be inaccurate. If you look at the current street view of S. Atlantic from Harriet St., you can match up the first two houses left/right in the historic photo with the second two houses left/right on S. Atlantic Ave, by the rooflines on the left and porch columns on the right. Plus the grade of the front lawns is much more similar."
"Should be on the North Side of Pittsburgh, not Washington, PA."
"Greenfield Ave. at junction with Irvine."
"Greenfield Ave. junction with Irvine."
"Gladstone High School (smokestack) in the distance."
"Hazelwood Ave. at Second Ave. Mr. Meszaros was a good man - he closed the pharmacy in the 60s after he was beat up and robbed once too many times."
"old J&L Pittsburgh Works rolling mills, as I recall. The neighborhood appears to be The Run. Second Avenue is next to mill."
"Corner of Hazelwood Ave. and Murray Ave. in Greenfield."
"the views don't match."
"This is Mansion st. ll\ooking toward Second Ave. Old Pittsburgh Railways affice at the bottom of the hill on Second Ave. In my youth, the city would barricade thuis hill in winter snows, and we sled rode down."
"If you went levt, you came to Cust St., where I grew up many moons ago."