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This area is located at the far eastern end of the South Side. It is wedged between the railroad tracks and a steep hillside. This is the type of area that Pittsburghers refer to as " back in the cut".
Stoop fronted frame houses are very common in old sections of Pittsburgh.
This looks to be what is called a "bandbox house". A book published last year about the Strip district, lamented the fact that no more of these existed. Ha ha, they need to get out and explore.
One of the more than 700 sets of public steps that climb the many hills of Pittsburgh.
These are on a dead end street, on the other side of the tracks.