S. 10th St. Steps & Pedestrian Bridge

Descend 49 steps to the pedestrian bridge built in 2002 over the railroad tracks. The trestle is made of the same COR-TEN steel as the U.S. Steel tower downtown and the curved canvas at the Brosville-Monastery garden. The brown rust serves as a protective coating over the steel frame. SSSNA successfully lobbied the city to rebuild this pedestrian bridge and another one over the Norfolk Southern railroad at S. 15th St. Another SSSNA effort brought safety lighting to the two bridges. Stop mid-span and look right to view the spectacular St. Michael church on the hillside. Descend 47 steps to S. 10th and Freyburg streets. Welcome to the South Side Flats!

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