On the Allegheny River.
I watched the forklift operator back up into the huge hangar (storage warehouse?), taking the boat with ease.
First weekend of October, the Head of the Ohio Regatta hosted by Three Rivers Rowing Association and sponsored by UPMC.
The starting point was Washington’s Landing and the 3.2 mile race ended at the Point where the Allegheny River meets the Monongahela River and forms the Ohio River.
Grandson Michael was in the novice class. He’s in back seat in the 4 man boat. Unfortunately his 8 man boat was unable to race but we photographed his Olentangy Rowing Club teammates in their 8 man boat.
First two photos are taken near the Mazeroski Statue by PNC Park.
Vantage Point for 8 man boats was the Sixteenth Bridge above the Allegheny River.
Puddle found on a walk along the Heritage Trail along the Allegheny River.
Trains overhead while walking with a friend on Heritage Trail Pittsburgh along the Allegheny River, Monday morning. I like the sound of a train whistle.
And Saturday night at Sunset- in Ohio. We crossed the tracks just before the red lights flashed and the gates came down. We pulled in the adjacent lot. I got out and filmed the freight train-a short one. It’s almost 2 and a half minutes, start to finish, which is a short freight train.
Three Rivers Heritage Trail along the Allegheny River. Saw this chair today, while I was walking with a friend.
This house jumped out at me- well, to my eyes. I’ve driven by it a thousand times but never saw it before.
The Allegheny River is below the back of the house.