Francine In Retirement
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CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: BRIDGES

ROBERTO CLEMENTE BRIDGE

ROBERTO CLEMENTE

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The Sixth Street Bridge, renamed the Roberto Clemente Bridge in 1999, is one of three identical “sister” bridges built across the Allegheny River, connecting Pittsburgh to the North Shore. It, like most downtown Pittsburgh river bridges, is painted golden-yellow (the official city colors are Black and Gold).

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Visit Cee’s Photography to see other bridges, here.

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9 Responses to “CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: BRIDGES”

  1. Very pretty, as bridges go.

  2. We love our bridges in Pittsburgh and this one is wonderful. Great post. We are Pittsburgh Proud. Loved that you left me a comment that you work in the PPG building, so cool.

  3. Yes its a lovley bridge and there are two more similar ones? The must look amazing from the air.

  4. […] Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bridges (francineinretirement.wordpress.com) […]

  5. Beautiful! Love number 4 🙂

  6. Pittsburgh has something for every challenge that arises, Francine. 🙂 Great pics again.

  7. Such a cool bridge. Thanks so much for sharing.

  8. If ever there was a challenge meant for you Citizens of Pittsburgh, this is it! Nicely done, Francine.

  9. Francine,

    I often take the time to see and truly experience our amazing bridges. They are like a necklace for the city. Your photos truly capture the magic.

    Thank you.

    Tom


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