a newspaper man adjusts his pen

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Webster, now and then

In many ways, it seems as if time has been standing still in Webster, a tired small village along the Monongahela River about 30 miles south of Pittsburgh. The shot above was taken in March 2008 from the top of the ramp to the Donora-Webster Bridge. The one below was taken in the 1960s by Monessen photographer John Hurrianko. Have fun comparing the differences.......

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