Main Street (Lincoln Place)

From Pittsburgh Streets
Main Street
Neighborhood Lincoln Place
Fate Divided into Interboro Avenue and McElhinny Avenue in 1930

When Lincoln Place was annexed into the City of Pittsburgh in 1929, Main Street (which conflicted with Main Street in Lawrenceville and Bloomfield) was renamed Interboro Avenue and McElhinny Avenue.[1]

See also


  1. "An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets, roads, alleys and ways in the 31st Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (formerly a portion of Mifflin Township)." Pittsburgh city ordinance, 1930, no. 100. Passed Mar. 24, 1930; approved Mar. 31, 1930. Ordinance Book 42, p. 388. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 7, 1930, p. 27 ( 88824970), and Apr. 8, p. 31 ( 88825039). [view source]ordinance-1930-100