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The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Web Partners

The Duquesne Incline
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:
Web Partners


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Become a Duquesne Incline "Web Partner" and help tell the Incline story to the world! Place this attractive icon, along with a link to the Incline web site, http://www.incline.cc, on your commercial, non-profit, or personal World Wide Web site. A link to your web site will be included in our list of Web Partners.

For instructions on how to place The Duquesne Incline icon, with link to the Incline web site, on your home page, and how to receive a reciprocal link on this page, CLICK HERE.

American Public Transportation Association(APTA)

International organization representing the public transportation industry since 1882.
(Linked: December 29, 2000)

Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall,
Carnegie, Pennsylvania

Fourth library constructed and endowed by Andrew Carnegie.
[History Web Site]
(Linked: May 20, 1998)

BabyZone.com - Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh's best resource for local parenting information.
(Linked: March 11, 2001)

Battlefields and Broken Hearts

Living History Civil War Entertainment
(Linked: September 9, 2001)

Captain Thomas Espy Post Number 153, Grand Army of the Republic,
the Civil War Museum of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library
,
Carnegie, Pennsylvania

[History Web Site]
(Linked: September 5, 1999)

Carnegie Performing Arts Center

Non-profit dance and drama school, with studio and performance venue at the
Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, Carnegie, Pennsylvania
(Linked September 15, 2000)

City of Pittsburgh Miniature Replicas by
Window Ledge Collectibles

(Linked: May 27, 1998)


The Civil War Museum of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library,
Captain Thomas Espy Post Number 153, Grand Army of the Republic
, Carnegie, Pennsylvania

[History Web Site]
(Linked: September 5, 1999)

Crown American Hotels and the Pittsburgh Wyndham Garden Hotel
with the Pittsburgh Family Adventure Package

(Linked: August 11, 1999)


Friends of the Zeiss

Group organized to preserve the building, artifacts, and operable equipment of the historic Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science in Pittsburgh.

(Linked February 25, 2003)

Golden Triangle Bike Rentals

Seven-day a week bicycle rental service in Downtown Pittsburgh, providing an inexpensive way to tour the city and utilize the region's new bicycle trails.
(Linked: January 8, 2000)

Hampton Inn University Center - Pittsburgh/Oakland

(Linked: February 25, 2003)

The Heart of Pittsburgh

A list of the spiritual/metaphysical/wellness web sites
created by people in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
(Linked: June 25, 1998)

Historic Old Saint Luke Church, Burial Ground and Garden
Carnegie, Pennsylvania

Established in 1765 as a stockade church, without a congregation since 1930, has served the community as a religious institution and gathering place for more than 200 years.
(Linked February 14, 1999)

History of The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago

America's First Major Planetarium
(Linked October 24, 1999)

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries

(Linked July 10, 1999)

History of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall
Carnegie, Pennsylvania

Fourth library constructed and endowed by Andrew Carnegie.
[Official Web Site]
(Linked August 10, 2000)

History of Astronomer, Educator, and Optician John A. Brashear

Friend of Andrew Carnegie
(Linked July 26, 1999)

History of the Astronomical Observatory of
The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science
, Pittsburgh

Including the second largest Siderostat-type telescope.
(Linked August 11, 2000)

History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh

America's Fifth Major Planetarium
Including the oldest operating, major planetarium projector in the world !
Other Science History Links
(Linked October 24, 1999)

History of Camp Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca
Lewisburg/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Summer camp for boys and girls operated from 1929 through 1978.
Included AM radio station operated by the campers.
(Linked August 19, 2001)

History of the Civil War Museum of the
Andrew Carnegie Free Library

Captain Thomas Espy Post, Number 153, Grand Army of the Republic
Carnegie, Pennsylvania

[Official Web Site]
(Linked August 11, 2000)

History of the Great Miniature Railroad and Village of
The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science
, Pittsburgh

(Linked August 11, 2000)

History of Industrialist, Art Patron, and Philanthropist
Henry Clay Frick

Business partner of Andrew Carnegie, who helped build the Carnegie Steel Company
empire, and later helped found the United States Steel Corporation.
(Linked: February 12, 2002)

History of WLCR AM Carrier Current
Lewisburg/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
and The Radio Group

AM radio station operated by Summer campers at
Camp Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca in the 1960s and 1970s.
(Linked August 19, 2001)

Home Page of Sean Comunale

(Linked: February 12, 2002)

Mike's Duquesne Incline Page

A newcomer to Pittsburgh tells the world about The Duquesne Incline !
(Linked October 28, 2000)


Duquesne Incline awarded PA Destination of the Day: June 24,
1999

Pennsylvania Destination of the Day

Interesting Internet web sites, from all over Pennsylvania.

The Duquesne Incline was awarded the Pennsylvania Destination of the Day award
on June 24, 1999.

(Linked: June 24, 1999)

Pennsylvania Hotels Cheap

Features discounted rates in hundreds of hotels throughout Pennsylvania.

(Linked: February 25, 2003)

Pittsburgh Area New Direction Alternative(PANDA)

The Pittsburgh Area New Direction Alternative (PANDA) is a new public policy platform created to provide the people of Southwestern Pennsylvania with a real choice for the region's future.
(Linked: February 25, 2003)

PITTSBURGH Home Page of Daniel Rush

View the sights of Pittsburgh as presented by a former Pittsburgh resident now living in Phoenix.
(Linked: April 11, 2000)

Pittsburgh Transit History

Internet Web Site concentrating on the history of public transportation in Pittsburgh, authored by a current transit operator of Pittsburgh's transit agency, the Port Authority of Allegheny County.
(Linked: 2001 January 25)

The Pittsburgh Wyndham Garden Hotel and Crown American Hotels
with the Pittsburgh Family Adventure Package

(Linked: August 11, 1999)

Port Authority of Allegheny County

New, comprehensive Internet web site of the fouteenth largest public transporation agency in the United States. The Port Authority of Allegheny County provides bus, light rail, incline, and paratransit(for the disabled and elderly) service throughout Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; it is the legal owner of The Duquesne Incline.
(Linked: January 29, 2000)

Rails to Trails Conservancy
Washington, DC

Presenting Making the Connection II,
the Second International Trails & Greenways Conference
in Pittsburgh, June 23-26, 1999.
(Linked: May 29, 1999)

Rapid Transit.Net

Web site concentrating on rapid transit systems, particularly in
New York and other northeastern and midwestern cities.
(Linked February 11, 2002)

Save the Buhl

Organization working to preserve
The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science in Pittsburgh
(Linked: December 2, 2001)

Three Rivers Free-Net, a community service of
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Community service network for the Pittsburgh region. Provides Internet access to information, sites, and services regarding the Greater Pittsburgh Area.

Duquesne Incline awarded "Pittsburgh Site of the Day" November 29, 1999 by the Three Rivers Free-Net !

(Linked: May 20, 1998)


TrainNet
International Railway Links

TrainNet International Railway Links

Comprehensive web site presenting links to all types of railway-related web sites, from throughout the world.
(Linked: July 22, 2000)

TripAdvisor *** Pittsburgh TripAdvisor Page

The search engine for travel and vacation planning.
(Linked: June 8, 2001)

We Got the Feeling Barry Manilow Fan Club

(Linked April 7, 1999)

WPXI-TV 11 NEWS, Pittsburgh

Web site for news and information, particularly about Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.
(Linked February 14, 1999)





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