Stairway(s) to Heaven

Pittsburgh is usually known for its bridges, the number of which is only second
to Venice. This fellow has discovered that da ‘Burgh has some pretty spiffy steps,
too.

Boston
native steps all over Pittsburgh, mapping stairs as he goes

Wednesday, October 27, 1999
By Diana Nelson Jones, Post-Gazette Staff Writer

“About 15 people on Wickliff Street in Stanton Heights can honestly say they live
between 56th Street and 56th Street. Both are marked with street signs. One is paved
and accommodates cars. The other is a plunge of steps. They lead down to Butler
Street in Lawrenceville.”

Historic
steps a tourist draw?

Author sees potential in Pittsburgh’s stairways
Thursday, April 22, 2004 Posted: 1:55 PM EDT (1755 GMT)

“PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania (AP) — Bob Regan is out to save part of Pittsburgh’s history
one step at a time.”