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An old mansion on Pittsburgh's North Side. I love these old homes. I had to crop the photos of the old homes because of auto's parked in front of them.


Guest - Mar 17, 2007 09:38 PM EDT
The snow shomehow seems so fitting for this older building. Nice work.
Guest - Feb 07, 2007 11:37 AM EDT
Steve, the homes on this street are from the Victorian era. I use the term old (loosley)when referring to something 100 yrs or older but I do understand what you are saying.:) Thanks for the info.
Guest - Feb 07, 2007 10:01 AM EDT
To take your question a bit more seriously, Mary (!), I think most Brits would think of the 1800's as "Victorian", and not really as old, but rather we'd call it "period" as in "a period house". For us, old doesn't really kick in until we're talking medieval or older. So say, 400-500 years upwards!
Guest - Feb 07, 2007 09:30 AM EDT
...and you're so right, Don! :)
Guest - Feb 07, 2007 08:27 AM EDT
Another cool capture of an old Mansion Mary. Wouldn't you like to go inside? I sure would. To me 53 is old buddy. Haha, gotya!
Guest - Feb 06, 2007 07:08 PM EDT
Steve, this neighborhood was established in the 1800' to me that is old.:) Do you consider that time frame old? I like looking at older homes and buildings..and taking a photo when I can. I like the older architecture. Thanks for looking and leaving a comment. :)
Guest - Feb 06, 2007 07:02 PM EDT
Carol, thanks for looking and leaving a comment! :)
Guest - Feb 06, 2007 06:08 PM EDT
Another great architectural study. Not meaning to be cheeky, but how old is old to you in Pittsburgh?
Guest - Feb 06, 2007 04:37 PM EDT
Beautiful Old building,one can only imagine the stories that go with these old buildings. Carol

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