This is one of the Climax Steam Engines that were produced in Corry,PA starting in 1888. The train can be seen inside the Corry Historical Museum. Here's a link to the history of the train.
This is the Edgar Thompson Works of USS, in Bradock, PA, as seen from train at Kennywood
Glad to see this fine building was saved. Worked as a bellhop in 1955 while going to school. It was a fine hotel for the size of the town it was in. Wish I could see what the inside looks like now.
This restaurant was once the Corry Public Library.
Downtown Pittsburgh as seen from Mt. Washington.
A great place for picnics and parties.
This is the classroom that I teach 7th and 8th grade physical science at OCMS.
Ruthann and I got these seats after attending a "scratch n' win" night in December '06. She hit it big with a buy one get one free ticket!! The "Pens" won in a triple shoot-out!! I think "Geno" Malkin scored the winning goal. WHAT A GAME!!
Jesus loves you!
I took these pictures from the walkway in right centerfield at PNC Park. I was attending a bachlor party for a friend of mine. I stitched them together with Kodac's camera program.