Taken with the iPhone. Through my dirty windshield. I was at the end of Birmingham Bridge ready to go up the hill onto Kirkpatrick Street to Centre.
Not ideal conditions but there were those four fireplace openings staring at me as I sat and watched the cars come down Kirkpatrick Street.
Different from my daily route, it was my old route from last year’s school but I’d gotten my hair cut on Carson Street and was headed home.
You might remember Jurassic Pittsburgh from April 2012 if you ‘ve been following for awhile. I took that shot of the dinosaur-like demolition machine on the way to my former school. Added it here at the end cause who has time to back and look. But this is the result of the demolition.
Below are the photos from April 2012 that I took on the way to my former school.
These are great! Reality +
Isn’t that something? It makes perfect sense that this would result during demolitions but it certainly isn’t something one sees every day. I wonder if there was, or will be, a similar view when they get to the bathrooms?
I wonder how many people those fireplaces kept warm. That is a great picture.
If only that building could talk…..
well spotted rutheh!
Love the 4 fireplaces!!!
Great photos, Ruth. I’m just imagining how dusty it must be, living close to the demolition work.
I vividly remember the Jurassic photo – indeed, when I see a big claw in the air, working away, I think of you. 🙂