A statue of Willie Stargell sits ouside PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA. August 2015.
Dawn at the Roberto Clemente Bridge, one of the first suspension bridges to be built in America. August 2015.
Taken from the Roberto Clemente Bridge, one of Pittsburgh's Three Sisters. August 2015.
On Pirates' and Steelers' game days, the bridge closes to vehicular traffic, and pedestrians cross to the stadiums on foot. August 2015.
A statue of Clemente sits outside the Pirates' stadium and at the foot of the bridge named for him. August 2015.
The Roberto Clemente Bridge is named after the great Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder. August 2015.
The 884 foot span is one of the most walkable parts of the city. August 2015.
Locks celebrating couples on the Roberto Clemente bridge, looking across to the Frt. Duquense Bridge. August 2015.
Dawn at PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. August 2015.
PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, is known as one of the most picturesque stadiums in baseball. August 2015.
Following in the tradition of the famous Parisian bridge, locks have started appearing on the Roberto Clemente Bridge. August 2015.
The sun rises along Ft. Duquesne Blvd, which runs along the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh PA. August 2015.
The bridge is one of three parallel bridges knows as The Three Sisters. August 2015.
At the time PNC Park was built, popular sentiment in the city leaned towards naming the park after Clemente. To both celebrate the player and fund development in the are, the bridge was renamed in 1998 as a compromise. August 2015.
PNC Park, as seen from the Roberto Clemente Bridge. August 2015.