This bridge is one of the most
impressive railroad bridges in Pittsburgh, and this bridge, which is a busy,
active rail line, is a beautiful contributing structure to the unrivaled
collection of beautiful historic bridges that Pittsburgh contains. This
bridge's distinctive and utterly massive appearance comes from its use of
vertical endposts, a large main Pennsylvania truss span, and four truss
lines composing the total bridge width.
Research revealed a photo of Thomas
Mason, an inspector for the bridge project. His photo is shown to the right.
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