Fulton Street Footbridge

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View of steps at the south end of the Fulton Street Footbridge, showing new concrete treads.
April 15th, 1916
Location
Hill District
Address
Fulton Street
Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection
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Source
Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection, 1901-2002, AIS.1971.05, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh Original URL
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Identifier
715.164767.CP
Rights
Public Domain - Anybody may use this photo for any purpose
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  • Chris 7 months ago

    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.

  • Chris 7 months ago

    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.

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