|Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Street Bridges|
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All photos by David Denenberg, please do not reuse without permission. Like New York, Pittsburgh is particularly fond of the suspension bridge. In this case, the eyebar variety. From 1926 through 1931, four suspension bridges were constructed across the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers. The fourth bridge (not pictured) is a wire cable bridge carrying South Tenth Street across the Monongahela. The three bridges pictured here have since been renamed Roberto Clemente (Sixth Street), Andy Warhol (Seventh Street), and Rachel Carson (Ninth Street).