My neighbor said the house stood on the corner for more than 60 years.
It's gone now, torn down be a mere bulldozer. All traces tossed in a huge dumpster.
I wondered who lived there? What memories are in that dumpster? How did such a house with charm become rubbish?
Things vanish or become obsolete when people stop taking care of what is theirs. Such is the case on the corner house. But it leaves new opportunity for new. And Pittsburgh is becoming "cared for" more and more. It is.