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AT THE BALL PARK: Full house and others out for stroll in the park - Forbes Field inaugural year, 1909

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ARRIVING AT THE BALL PARK: Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, 1912

ARRIVING AT THE BALL PARK: Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, 1912

Forbes Field - history, photos and more of the Pittsburgh Pirates former ballpark

Forbes Field - history, photos and more of the Pittsburgh Pirates former ballpark

Linen Postcard, Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, PA., Pittsburgh Pirates Stadium

Forbes Field at Night Pittsburgh PA Postcard

Forbes Field construction.

Rare construction shot of Forbes Field. Pirates home

7. The Pittsburgh Pirates in the dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series

27 Photographs Of Turn Of The Century Boston Baseball

BASEBALL, 1903 World Series: The Pittsburgh Pirates in the dugout at the Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series versus the Boston Americans. The Boston team was named the "Red Sox" in

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construction of Forbes Field in Pittsburgh

Oakland, 1910. 17 Vintage Photos of the Steel City of Old - The 412 - January 2014

The bakery that my family owned was in Oakland. Oakland, 17 Vintage Photos of the Steel City of Old - The 412 - January 2014

Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

Forbes Field memories come alive in new book (source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Forbes Field (Pittsburgh)

Beautiful aerial of Forbes Field with the Monongahela River in the distance.

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“Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates home, undated. Most photos focus on the left-field corner, so this is unique view.

Forbes Field Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 1950's | Photoscream | Flickr

Forbes Field Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 1950's | Photoscream | Flickr

100 years ago: What Forbes Field looked like down the RF line. pic.twitter.com/7hU7IAFxlJ

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years ago: What Forbes Field looked like down the RF line.

Forbes Field  Pittsburgh, PA    -Tenant: Pittsburgh Pirates  -Capacity: 25,000 (original), 35,000 (final)  -Surface: Grass  -Cost: $1 Million  -Opened: June 30, 1909  -Closed: June 28, 1970  -Demolished: July 1971  -Dimensions: 360-L, 422-C, 376-R (original) 365-L, 400-C, 329-R (final)  -Architect: Osborn Engineering

Forbes Field Pittsburgh, PA -Tenant: Pittsburgh Pirates -Capacity: 25,000 (original), 35,000 (final) -Surface: Grass -Cost: $1 Million -Opened: June 30, 1909 -Closed: June 28, 1970 -Demolished: July 1971 -Dimensions: 360-L, 422-C, 376-R (original) 365-L, 400-C, 329-R (final) -Architect: Osborn Engineering

Forbes Field 1930's

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