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This image is from my Abandoned Pittsburgh photography project, documenting the Steel City's industrial past. Each print is signed, dated and location-identified on the back.

"Layton Bridge No. 30" on wood (maple/birch composite), printed by ink sublimation. 14” width, 11" height. The natural tones and grain of the wood combine with the image to create a unique and durable work of art. Wood prints are 3/4” thick and arrive ready to hang without needing a frame; the backing keyhole allows the artwork to hang flat against the wall.

The Layton Bridge stretches over the Youghiogheny River, connecting Layton and Perryopolis PA via a one-lane tunnel. Construction began in 1893 and was completed in 1899. It was originally built for the Washington Run Railroad; the last train crossed in 1931, and the span was converted to automotive use in 1933. It's believed that the historic Spark's Fort was built nearby, as early as 1774. Key scenes of the 1991 movie "Silence of the Lambs" were filmed at a nearby house.

Bridge, Wood Print, Abandoned, Urban Exploration, Rust, Wall Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Industrial, Rusty, Vertical, Rain, Cloud, Storm


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