Once a small farming village, Beechview-Seldom Seen Greenway is now a hidden nature area dedicated to preserving some of Pittsburgh’s natural scenery. Its acres of green space let intrepid explorers feel like they’ve slipped into a slice of nature far away from the city.
The pathway itself is not long, but it features some pretty cool off-the-beaten-path hangout spots. The main attraction is the abandoned graffitied railroad overpass, which now serves as an unsanctioned canvas for vibrant art.
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|Pennsylvania Road Trip: From Pittsburg to Philadelphia with Tim Richards. Travelbook en||2013||1.7km||site_izi|
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|The Original Puppets from ‘Mister Roger’s Neighborhood’||2018||3.5km||site_ao|
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