Standing on my favorite bluff along Library Avenue in Carnegie, the one generations of others stood upon to see into distant areas and distant futures. From here, the neighborhood known as Irishtown, built on a very flat flood plain, looks like a little scale model of a small town.
Below is the view standing back a little to give you an idea of the height. The bluff drops off to a set of railroad tracks that trail along the bottom, then below that is Chartiers Creek.
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