Brighton-McClure Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, PA

 

While no cornerstone is immediately visible, the former Presbyterian church is a large A-frame sanctuary structure with a stone and brick face with a central entrance. In the background is a possibly older educational building, c. 1930.

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1 Response to Brighton-McClure Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, PA

  1. John Linko says:

    There is a cornerstone at the Benton Ave. entrance dating that portion of the building to 1911.

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