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old-school streetlight replica at Pittsburgh

Started by Stephane Dumas, February 28, 2009, 02:07:33 PM

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Stephane Dumas

I spotted this picture of a old-school streetlight replica at Pittsburgh near a place named Southside Works

I wish to see more of these old-school streetlights, Toronto still got some of them in downtown Toronto I think


those lights look nice. I think my town may be getting some for a revitalization project near the train station.


Those were installed all around the retail/residential area known as the Southside Works, which used to be the site of the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company.  Hot Metal Street, which is in that picture, is the path of a former small rail line that would carry molten steel between J&L facilities on both shores of the Mon, hence the name Hot Metal Bridge/Street.


These are beginning to pop up in many places around PA and NJ
NJ Roads FTW!
Quote from: agentsteel53 on September 30, 2009, 04:04:11 PM
I-99... the Glen Quagmire of interstate routes??

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