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“The Most Recent Link in Pennsylvania’s Maze of Beautiful Highways”
“The Most Recent Link in Pennsylvania’s Maze of Beautiful Highways”

The Most Recent Link in Pennsylvania’s Maze of Beautiful Highways , Originally posted on Transportation History: September 10, 1932 The George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge was officially opened in the borough of East Pittsburgh in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County. One newspaper characterized the debuting bridge as “the most recent link in Pennsylvania’s maze of beautiful highways.” The 1,598-foot (487.1-meter)-long bridge, which consists of five spans and carries U.S.…

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