Schenley Bridge connects Schenley Plaza to Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It carries Schenley Drive over Junction Hollow to Frew Street and Flagstaff Hill.
This bridge in the city's Oakland district is one element of a grand main entrance into the park. Its span is 620 feet and it arches 120 feet above the hollow. Erected in 1897, it replaced a temporary structure by the same name dating from 1890, a year after the park opened.
In 1890, the year after the City of Pittsburgh received the land for Schenley Park, a temporary trestle was constructed across Junction Hollow. The present Schenley Bridge replaced this structure in 1897.
Address 440 Boundary St, Pittsburgh 15213, United States
Coordinates 40°26'28.585" N -79°56'56.801" E