David McCullough Bridge

I had a great photo walk this week with David and Brad Truxell.  We started at the 31st Street Bridge, but quickly moved down to the 16th Street Bridge (also called the David McCullough Bridge).  We spent 90% of our time on the 16th Street Bridge taking photos of it and the city from every angle. 

So tonight’s photo is a close up of the 16th Street Bridge steel work at the base of the giant arch.  This was one of the first photos I took at that bridge.  It was also the first one I processed.  I just had an idea that I’d like it.  Guess what?  I do. 

The David McCullough Bridge is a through arch bridge that spans the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh.  It was built in 1922 and spans 1,900 feet.  It was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1979.  By the way, David McCullough was a native historian, author and commentator.    

 To purchase a print or view the entire gallery, click the photo above.

To purchase a print or view the entire gallery, click the photo above.