Ive been in Pittsburgh for four months now and have explored most of southwest PA and the surrounding areas, so heres some photos from the past few months.
Heinz Lofts and the North Shore under the full moon tonight.
Cathedral of Learning from Carnegie Mellons lawn
Ohiopyle State Park way south of Pittsburgh, almost into WV.
The Southside of Pittsburgh.
An incredible railroad bridge in Beaver about an hour west of Pittsburgh along the Ohio
The tiny town of Ligonier an hour east of Pittsburgh
The dying river town of Donora southeast of Pittsburgh.
PPG Place downtown
Millvale, where I live now in Pittsburgh.
One of the last bad streets in Lawrencville that hasnt been gentrified yet.
A random huge church out in the middle of nowhere near Uniontown south of Pittsburgh
Owner of one of the Italian cafes in the Strip, dude always has a cigar in his mouth.
North Shore ghetto
A very well preserved Gothic Revival house in Butler, an hour north of the city.
Pittsburgh Gay Pride Parade from last weekend
Recently torn down mid 1800s row homes in Manchester
My ex looking at one of Van Gogh's last paintings before he committed suicide in July 1890.
California Kirkbride neighborhood
Manchester neighborhood which is gentrifying in certain areas, while other areas of this once beautiful neighborhood are quickly getting torn down.
One of the gentrified streets in Manchester with beautiful restorations.
An abandoned school in East Liberty, which is luckily seeing a lot of gentrification and renewal.
Johnstown, which was devestated in a late 1800s flood, about 2 hours east of Pittsburgh in the mountains.
Fort Necessity National Battlefield, this is where the Seven Years War pretty much started in July of 1754. Its about 2 hours south of Pittsburgh.
This is the completely abandoned downtown of Brownsville, about an hour southwest of Pittsburgh.
The little brown building on the right of the photo is one of the oldest buildings left in downtown Pittsburgh, I believe it was built around 1830 or so.
Wilkensburg, the furthest east urban neighborhood, then its the suburbs after that.
The abandoned Carrie Furnace, built in the early 1900s, its one of the last steel blast furnaces left in the country.
Casrson St. on the Southside
An abandoned church in East Liberty
The Hill neighborhood just east of downtown, used to be one of the densest and most historic neighborhoods in the city, today its vastly destroyed.
More of the Hill
A now torn down 1850s house in Manchester
An abandoned 1870s railroad hotel in Apollo, a small town about an hour east of Pittsburgh
Lawrencville neighborhood, this is where all the hipsters live.
An abandoned house in Manchester
The small town of Harmony about 45 min north of Pittsburgh, most of the buildings in this photo date from 1809-1811.
McConnels Mill State Park with its 1870s covered bridge.
New Castle, about an hour and a half northwest of Pittsburgh.
An incredible Italianate house in New Brighton.
Looking at Rochester PA, along the Ohio River downstream from Pittsburgh
Monaca and Rochester
Ive posted this photo before in my first Pittsburgh thread, but this is pretty much the first photo I took of Pittsburgh within the first few minutes of being in the city from Mt. Washington.