"Should this be tagged looking the other direction like this?"
"The Good Shepherd Home is visible at the top on Troy Hill."
"I think you're correct. Looks like Locust St is visible on the right side of the picture. "
"It's really hard to tell. It's possible that Lautner St didn't have a break in it like it does now (which makes sense when you look at the lot lines in Google maps) and that the photo was actually taken at the intersection of Lookout and Lautner. "
"Thanks for the thorough and all the links Matt!"
"My grandfather worked here."
"A zoom-in on the house on the lower right side of the picture appears to read 1967, which is the address of the green house behind the motor home in the more recent picture, so I'm going to stick with that guess I made."
"This is at the bottom of Troy Hill Road with the brewery in the background."
"I originally had this tagged at the actual intersection of Eggars and Lookout Streets, but closer inspection is showing me that this weird slope between houses on Lookout may be the actual location of the photograph. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. "
"Correction to my previous comment. The house in the historic photo appears to be on the alley behind today's Bloomfield Bridge Tavern. I apologize for the previous incorrect statement of location."
"The captions say "33rd Street" and "Winebiddle Street." Which is it, the two streets are in different places?"
"The historic photo was taken at the corner of Baum Boulevard and Liberty Avenue. Baum & Centre do not intersect as stated in the caption."
"Sixth Avenue between Grant Street and Fifth Avenue was relocated east of its original alignment to create a building lot for Mellon Bank Center in the 1980's. The actual location of the historic photo would be where One Mellon Bank Center sits today. See an old street map for confirmation."
"The Straub Brewing was located on the siye of the current Bloomfield Shur Save Grocery Store. The alley that the house is on in the photo still deadends today at the Shur Save parking lot.
"The historic photo is incorrectly captioned. It is Liberty Avenue at S Millvale Avenue. The streetcar junction was at Millvale, not Mathilda. Bus 54C, which tookover for the streetcar in 1965 still turns at this intersection today. See a Pittsburgh Railways Company track map for confirmation."
"I would call this Shadyside or Point Breeze, but definitely not East Liberty."
"How do duplicate tags get removed?"
"This looks like the bleachers at the Oval in Schenley Park, where the "Soccer Field" is located, not on Circuit Road."
"View of the Koppers Building and beyond"
"The vantage is from nearer the entrance of the conservatory, seemingly from where the two entrance paths used to meet."