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[[Image:Pittsburgh northshore.jpg|thumb|400px|The North Shore - Heinz Field and the Carnegie Science Center]]
  
 
'''North Side''' is an area of [[Pittsburgh]], just across the Allegheny River from [[Pittsburgh/Downtown|Downtown]]. In years past it was the independent city of Allegheny, but has long been incorporated into the City of Pittsburgh itself.  
 
'''North Side''' is an area of [[Pittsburgh]], just across the Allegheny River from [[Pittsburgh/Downtown|Downtown]]. In years past it was the independent city of Allegheny, but has long been incorporated into the City of Pittsburgh itself.  
 
==Understand==
 
[[Image:Pittsburgh northshore.jpg|thumb|300px|The North Shore - Heinz Field and the Carnegie Science Center]]
 
  
 
==Get in==
 
==Get in==
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From Downtown, any of the 11, 16, and 500 Port Authority bus routes are good, frequent routes which will bring you directly to the North Side. The 54C will get you directly from the [[Pittsburgh/East End-North|Strip]].
 
From Downtown, any of the 11, 16, and 500 Port Authority bus routes are good, frequent routes which will bring you directly to the North Side. The 54C will get you directly from the [[Pittsburgh/East End-North|Strip]].
  
The Port Authority has just finished work on extending the "T" light rail line underneath the Allegheny River, with two stops.  The North Side Station puts you within easy walking distance of PNC Park and the Andy Warhol Museum, while the Allegheny Station serves Heinz Field, the Carnegie Science Center and Rivers Casino.
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The Port Authority has just finished work on extending the "T" light rail line underneath the Allegheny River, with two stops.  The North Side Station serves PNC Park, the Andy Warhol Museum, Children's Museum, and the National Aviary and the Allegheny Station serves Heinz Field, the Carnegie Science Center, Rivers Casino, and Stage AE.
  
 
===On foot===
 
===On foot===
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==Contact==

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