Snooks Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-23.
 Built in 1883 over Dunnings Creek in East St. Clair Township. Burr truss, 75 feet long.
Snooks Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-23.
 Built in 1883 over Dunnings Creek in East St. Clair Township. Burr truss, 75 feet long.
Bowser Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-22.
Over Bobs Creek in East St. Clair Township. Burr truss, 90 feet long.
Dr. Knisley Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-16.
Over Dunnings Creek in West St. Clair Township. Burr truss, 80 feet long.
Colvin Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-24.
Built in 1880 over Shawnee Creek in Napier Township. Multiple Kingpost Truss, 66 feet long.
Ryot Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-17.
Built in 1867 ove Dunnings Creek in West St. Clair Township. Burr Truss, 75 feet long.
Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-25.
Built in 1889 over Brush Creek in East Providence Township. Burr Truss, 91 feet long.
Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge. Foggy morning. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-25.
Built in 1889 over Brush Creek in East Providence Township. Burr Truss, 91 feet long.
Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge. Foggy morning. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-25.
Built in 1889 over Brush Creek in East Providence Township. Burr Truss, 91 feet long.
Hall's Mill Covered Bridge. Foggy morning. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-15.
Built in 1872 over Yellow Creek in Hopewell Township. Burr Truss, 91 feet long.
Cupperts or New Paris Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-18.
Over Dunnings Creek in Napier Township. Burr Truss, 60 feet long.
Diehl's or Raystown Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-19.
Built in 1892 over Raystown Branch, Juniata River in Harrison Township. Burr Truss, 88 feet 4 inches long.
Heirline Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-11.
Built in 1902 over Juniata River  in Harrison and Napier Townships. Burr Truss, 136 feet long.
Heirline Covered Bridge. Bedford County. PA. WGCB# 38-05-11.
Built in 1902 over Juniata River  in Harrison and Napier Townships. Burr Truss, 136 feet long.
Barronvale Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-03.
Built in 1902 over Laurel Hill Creek in Middlecreek Township. Burr Truss, 162 feet, 3 inches long.
Barronvale Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-03.
Built in 1902 over Laurel Hill Creek in Middlecreek Township. Burr Truss, 162 feet, 3 inches long.
King's Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-06.
Laurel Hill Creek in Middlecreek Township. Burr Truss, 127 feet 4 inches long.
Beechdale, Burkholder Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-01.
Built 1870 over Buffalo Creek in Brothers Valley Township. Burr Truss, 52 feet long.
Beechdale, Burkholder Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-01. 
Built over Buffalo Creek in Brothers Valley Township. Burr Truss, 52 feet long.
Glessner Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-08.
Built 1881 over Stony Creek in Stony Creek Township. Kingpost Truss, 90 feet long.
Glessner Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-08.
Built 1881 over Stony Creek in Stony Creek Township. Kingpost Truss, 90 feet long.

Glessner Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-08.
Built 1881 over Stony Creek in Stony Creek Township. Kingpost Truss, 90 feet long.

Packsaddle Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-02.
Built 1870 over Brush Creek in Fairhope Township. Kingpost Truss, 48 feet long.
Packsaddle Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-02.
Built 1870 over Brush Creek in Fairhope Township. Kingpost Truss, 48 feet long.

Trostletown Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-10.
Built 1845 over Stony Creek in Quemahoning Township. Kingpost Truss, 104 feet long.
Trostletown Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-10.
Built 1845 over Stony Creek in Quemahoning Township. Kingpost Truss, 104 feet long.
Lower Humbert Covered Bridge. Somerset County. PA. WGCB# 38-56-12.
Built 1891 over Laurel Hill Creek in Lower Turkeyfoot Township. Burr Truss, 126 feet 6 inches long.
Skyline. The Point. Three Rivers. Pittsburgh. PA.
Office Building. Pittsburgh. PA.
PPG Place. Pittsburgh. PA.
PPG Place. Pittsburgh. PA.
PPG Place. Pittsburgh. PA.
Fort Duquesne Bridge. Pittsburgh.
Fort Pitt Bridge. Pittsburgh.
Tunnel under I279. Point State Park. Pittsburgh.
Andy Warhol Bridge. 7th Street. Pittsburgh.
Downtown Pittsburgh.
Point State Park Fountain. Pittsburgh.
Point State Park Fountain. Pittsburgh.
Smithfield Street Bridge. Pittsburgh.
Wind Turbines. Night. Patton Wind Farm. Cambria County. PA.
Wind Turbines. Patton Wind Farm. Cambria County. PA.
Steam train. Locomotive #765, 2-8-4. Nickel Plate Road. Blair County.
Steam train. Locomotive #765, 2-8-4. Nickel Plate Road. Blair County.
Steam train. Locomotive #765, 2-8-4. Nickel Plate Road. Altoona.
Steam train. Locomotive #765, 2-8-4. Nickel Plate Road. Altoona.
Steam train. Locomotive #765, 2-8-4. Nickel Plate Road. Altoona.
View of Hollidaysburg from Chimney Rocks Overlook.
Seasons first snowfall. Highland Park. Altoona.
Seasons first snowfall. Highland Park. Altoona.
Seasons first snowfall. Altoona.
Seasons first snowfall. Park Hills Country Club. Blair County.
Seasons first snowfall. Park Hills Country Club. Blair County.
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