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Pennsylvania Avenue at Suspension Bridge (1873)
Bridges; Suspension bridges
The suspension bridge from Pennsylvania Avenue, 1873, from the foot of Hickory Street. In the foreground, horse-car tracks of the Warren Street Railway.
Suspension Bridge Construction (1871)
Bridges; Suspension bridges; People
View to the south side in 1871 during construction of abutments and towers of the suspension bridge.
Swinging Bridge at Third Avenue (1877)
Bridges; Suspension bridges; Schools
The swinging footbridge at Third Avenue about 1900. It was replaced in 1904 with an iron auto bridge. At left rear is the original (1877) Jefferson Street School.
Suspension Bridge, Lockup and Tollbooth (circa 1875)
Suspension bridges; bridges; Toll bridges; Winter view
The 1871 Warren suspension bridge in 1875. At left is the frame city lockup. The brick building on the bridge approach is the tollbooth (the second, replacing a Victorian gothic original in 1873).
Tearing down the Suspension Bridge (1918)
Suspension Bridges; Monuments; Bridges
Tearing down the 1871 suspension bridge on completion of new concrete bridge at Hickory Street, 1918. The Soldiers and Sailors monument was erected in 1909.
Warren Suspension Bridge Looking North (circa 1905)
People; Dogs; Suspension bridges; Bridges
View north across the Warren suspension bridge about 1905. Buildings lost to fires include the Carver House hotel in 1956 at left, the center section of the east side of Hickory Street in 1933 (the site...
Cutting Suspension Bridge Cables (1918)
Suspension bridges; Construction
Cutting one of the suspension bridge cable sets on the south side in 1918. Cables were fastened to ""deadmen"" underground, passing through large stone structures on the surface. (These structures were...
Rafts at Warren Eddy During Flood of 1873 (1873)
Suspension bridges; bridges; Rivers
North end of the 1871 suspension bridge, and the original tollbooth, during the flood of 1873. A full-size Allegheny lumber raft stands ready at right for departure down-river.
Lockup at the Suspension Bridge (circa 1900)
People; Buildings; Suspension bridges
The second city lockup on the riverbank below Pennsylvania Avenue circa 1900. The 1918 concrete Hickory Street bridge abutment was erected on this site. Behind the lockup are the 1871 suspension bridge...
Rafts at Suspension Bridge (circa 1890)
Rafts; Suspension Bridges; Bridges
View to the south side from Pennsylvania Avenue at Hickory Street, circa 1890. The brick structure is the 1873 tollbooth for the bridge.
Island View of Warren (circa 1887)
Hotels; Suspension Bridges; Banks; Buildings
View of Warren and The Island about 1887, from the south side. Far left, the Carver House hotel, and just right of the bridge, the tower of the old city building at Third Avenue and Hickory Street. The...
Funeral Procession (1899)
Funeral processions; War; Cemeteries; Suspension Bridges
Funeral procession for casualties of the Spanish-American War on April 5, 1899. Hearses are turning off Pennsylvania Avenue onto the suspension bridge, en route to Oakland Cemetery.
Allegheny River at Hickory Street (circa 1910)
Rivers; Lock up; Suspension bridges; Buildings
Looking west on the Allegheny River at Hickory Street ca 1910. The stone building in the foreground is Warren's second city lock-up, replacing an earlier frame building on the other side of the suspension...
Crescent Park (circa 1895)
Suspension bridges; Lock up; Toll roads;
View from Crescent Park about 1895 showing the 1871 suspension bridge and on the riverbank, a boathouse. On the opposite riverbank, the three small buildings are the stone lock-up, the A. Tanner store...
Falsework for Concrete (1916)
Suspension bridges; Bridges; Concrete
Falsework for the concrete Hickory Street bridge under construction in 1916. This structure, removed and replaced in 2003 and 2004, replaced the 1871 suspension bridge, still in use when this picture was...
South Side Looking Downtown (circa 1900)
Suspension bridges; Buildings
View of downtown Warren from the south side about 1900. The Carver House hotel, Citizens Bank (across Hickory Street) and the 1871 suspension bridge are prominent.
Lumber Raft (1885)
Lumber industry; Suspension bridges; Bridges
Lumber raft (two thirds width of a regular ""Allegheny Raft"") coming in for a landing just above the suspension bridge, 1885. Photo by Col. Fred E. Windsor.
Suspension Bridge (circa 1890)
Suspension bridges; bridges; Churches; Hotels
A view of Warren's 1871 suspension bridge from the south side in the late 1890s. At far left of the 400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue is the new Episcopal Church, built in 1897, and at the far right is...
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