(Click on buttons to see panoramic views of the interior.)
The Braddock Carnegie Library has survived more than 120 years of often tumultuous life in one of our country's most historic industrial towns. Andrew Carnegie himself was on hand for the dedication on March 30, 1889. It was the first Carnegie Library in the United States. Four years later, an addition doubled the size of the structure. This year, the library was named a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
(Illustration by Steve Mellon / Posted Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012)
To make these interactive panoramic images, a photographer shoots a number of pictures in a short amount of time and then stitches them together in a computer.
Panoramic videos are produced using technology developed by Pittsburgh based company EyeSee360. Visit them on Facebook: