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|The Mellon Arena (known as Pittsburgh Civic Arena from 1961–1999, also informally known as "The Igloo") is an indoor arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is home to the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League and was formerly home to the Pittsburgh Hornets of the AHL, Pittsburgh Pipers and Pittsburgh Condors of the ABA, Pittsburgh CrosseFire of the NLL, and Pittsburgh Spirit of the M...||08/21/2007||562|
|Pitt Stadium was a stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1925 to 1999. It served primarily as the home of the University of Pittsburgh's football team, the Pittsburgh Panthers. It was also used for other University of Pittsburgh sporting events, including basketball, baseball, rifle, track, and gymnastics. Designed by University of Pittsburgh graduate W. S. Hindman, the US$2.1 millio...||10/07/2009||324|
|This is a part of the San Andreas Fault near Los Angeles. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Andreas_Fault)||07/22/2005||2,539|
|This is the popular incline that scales Mount Washington overlooking downtown Pittsburgh||10/25/2006||348|
|Distribution of horizontal slip along the San Andreas Fault during the 1906 earthquake (segments shown in feet).|
|This is Roslyn Place in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh PA. It is the last known wooden street in the US.
The book "GREAT STREETS" by Allan Jacobs discusses this street in Pittsburgh.||12/30/2007||1,003|
|Home Field of the PCA (Pittsburgh Cricket Assn)||07/31/2005||275|
|Heinz Field is a football stadium located in the North Shore neighborhood, just across the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the home stadium facility of the Pittsburgh Steelers NFL franchise and the University of Pittsburgh Panthers college football team. The stadium sits on approximately 12.4 acres (50,000 m²) of land and has a seating capacity of 64,450, including...||08/21/2007||813|
|The Allegheny Observatory is an American astronomical research institution, a part of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh. The facility is listed on the National Register of Historical Places (ref. # 79002157, added 6-22-1979) and is designated as a Pennsylvania state and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation historic landmark.|
|Three Rivers Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1970 to 2000. It was home to the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise and National Football League (NFL) franchise respectively.|
Built as a replacement to Forbes Field, which opened in 1909, the US$55 million multi-purpose was desig...
|Sandcastle water park just outside Pittsburgh, PA||10/28/2006||303|
|Pittsburgh Pirates Game going on with some one on first. Great pic of PNC Park, Pennsylvania.||12/28/2005||563|