George Westinghouse BridgeEdit profile
George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania carries U.S. Route 30, The Lincoln Highway, 240 feet (73 m) over the Turtle Creek Valley where it joins the Monongahela River Valley east of Pittsburgh. Named for George Westinghouse (October 6, 1846 – March 12, 1914), the American entrepreneur and engineer, the bridge opened in 1932. Nearby was the famous Westinghouse Electric Corporation East Pittsburgh Works, which is now an industrial park. Notable attractions visible while driving across the bridge include the Edgar Thomson Steel Works ( U.S. Steel Mon Valley Works) and Kennywood Park.