Random Pittsburgh Doors
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Our road trip to Pittsburgh wasn’t long enough for a full-on doorscursion, but of course I snapped pictures of the doors we passed and entered. I think I’ll take a break from Hartford history and share these for a couple weeks.
I don’t have much information on most of these. I’ve put as much as I know in the captions which, as I’ve mentioned before, may require you to click the little ‘i’ in the circle for fully read. I hope you enjoy these doors, and the doors from the other participants who gave up a week of sharing doors so that I could get away and relax.
Note to participants: I’ll be taking another week off September 2nd through 5th.
Faith always seems to be behind the wheel when we hot construction. Doors and two cranes.
Faith was driving as we passed this guy.
Our favorite door. About halfway to Pittsburgh, we hit the first Eat’n Park
The building’s condition is questionable, but I love that door.
I like the stone details above the windows. This apartment building is near the National Aviary.
This was a drive-by. I had to sacrifice the top of the building on the right to get the doors on the bottom left.
Sorry for the angle on this one. I know nothing about the building, but I like the doors.
Allegheny Center Alliance Church – “Every weekend nearly 2,000 people embrace generational, ethnic, political, and cultural differences because of their shared identity in Christ.”
Another building in sad shape, but I am imagining an old time hardware store.
Brick, stone details and a corner door. That’s a winner.
Pentec Health seems to offer a variety of health services. I’m guessing they are in an old Post Office.
I think this is the rectory of St. Peter’s Catholic church, or perhaps part of the church itself.
Allegheny Center Alliance Church.
Center For Church Based Human Services. The brick detail is amazing.
Center For Church Based Human Services – I love the brick detail, especially the bays.
Front door to the Center For Church Based Human Services
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