What's New in the Brookline Connection?

Here are the most recent additions, provided by our friends and neighbors in Brookline.

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1/21/19 - added image of the Fort Pitt Bridge under construction in 1958.
1/21/19 - added several images the page on
Three Rivers Stadium (1968-2001).
1/21/19 - added
booster card for the 1930 Brookline Cardinals baseball team..
1/19/19 - added history of the
D. L. Clark Company, maker of Pittsburgh's iconic Clark Bar.
1/18/19 - added image of
2941 Sageman Avenue in 1954 to the Random Street Scenes page.
1/18/19 - added image of
Liberty Tunnels southern portals after the Blizzard of 1950.
1/18/19 - added
Eat'n Park advertisement from 1957 to the Eat'n Park page.
1/17/19 - updated the history of the
Allegheny County Fairs at the South Park Fairgrounds.
1/12/19 - added images of
Pittsburgh Railways Trolley Tokens.
1/7/19 - updated the
history of the Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad.
1/7/19 - added image of the Castle Shannon Incline in
1921 and 1940 to Pittsburgh Inclines.
1/6/19 - added photo of the
Dormont Eat'n Park restaurant in 1956 to the Eat'n Park page.
1/5/19 - added two new articles to the
history of the Pittsburgh Potty.
1/2/19 - added another image of a
39-Brookline trolley to the History of Trolleys in Brookline.
1/2/19 - added image of a
39-Brookline trolley to the History of Trolleys in Brookline.
1/1/19 - updated photo of
West Liberty Avenue in 1945 to the Random Images page.
1/1/19 - updated page on the
Smithfield Street Bridges (1818-present).
1/1/19 - updated page on the
Union Bridge (1874-1907) and the Manchester Bridge (1915-1970).
1/1/19 - updated page on the original
Point Bridges (1877-1970).
1/1/19 - updated the
History of Floods, Snowstorms and Tornadoes in Pittsburgh to reflect that 2018 has set the record for yearly precipitation with 57.83 inches.

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This website began in April of 1998. There were no updates from 2002 through 2004.