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Enter the 16th Street Bridge | by Peter Radunzel
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Enter the 16th Street Bridge

The triple-arched 16th Street Bridge crosses the Allegheny River between the Strip District and the North Shore. It was built in 1922 and was once thought to be destroyed during the St. Patrick's Day Flood in 1936, but it remains standing to this day as one of the more picturesque of the numerous Pittsburgh Bridges.

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Taken on November 11, 2012