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Charles Avery, abolishionist pictured with an overturned slave ship. He supported the slaves and rumor has it that he posed as his stage coach driver while transporting slaves on the Underground Railroad. This huge monument is hilltop at the Butler Entrance. Allegheny Cemetery- Pittsburgh, PA

Charles Avery, abolishionist pictured with an overturned slave ship. He supported the slaves and rumor has it that he posed as his stage coach driver while transporting slaves on the Underground Railroad. This huge monument is hilltop at the Butler Entrance. Allegheny Cemetery- Pittsburgh, PA

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While returning from a blackberry expedition in the country and crossing the railroad tracks at the Butler transfer, Walter Roberts, aged 12, was run down and fatally injured by a Baltimore and Ohio rail engine. His body was stolen from North Side Cemetery in 2011- a century later. He was not found.

While returning from a blackberry expedition in the country and crossing the railroad tracks at the Butler transfer, Walter Roberts, aged 12, was run down and fatally injured by a Baltimore and Ohio rail engine. His body was stolen from North Side Cemetery in 2011- a century later. He was not found.

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New steel bridge (railroad) at Glasgow, Missouri, 1901 is a four-span through truss bridge over the Missouri River belonging to the Kansas City Southern railroad originally built in 1878-79 and described as the world’s first all-steel bridge. [10101×8079]

New steel bridge (railroad) at Glasgow, Missouri, 1901 is a four-span through truss bridge over the Missouri River belonging to the Kansas City Southern railroad originally built in 1878-79 and described as the world’s first all-steel bridge. [10101×8079]

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Metal Truss Railroad Bridge over the Kama River, near Perm, Russia. Early color photograph from Russia, created by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii in 1912 as part of his work to document the Russian Empire from 1909 to 1915. [OS][1280×979]

Metal Truss Railroad Bridge over the Kama River, near Perm, Russia. Early color photograph from Russia, created by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii in 1912 as part of his work to document the Russian Empire from 1909 to 1915. [OS][1280×979]