Zinc plant. That's what it was. I always wondered what those old buildings were for. Been up there many times over the years.
A very good and interesting motive. Brumm (L)
The Stewart grain elevator, according to the source, was the first concrete grain elevator in Pittsburgh, built in 1913. It is one of the last survivors of Pittsburgh's once thriving grain industry.
That looks like the JS ST John. It was operating out of Erie for Erie Sand and Gravel back when I was stationed there in the Coast Guard back in '72-'76.
the old Walbash Train Bridge looking north towards Follansbee,WV.Crosses the ohio river into the coke plant near Mingo Junction,OH.Many plant workers would park here and walk the bridge to work in Ohio.
looking at the WV,Pa. boarder from the Pa. side.
allegheny st. heading into follansbee,wv
the old Bernowski home on cross creek road.