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McConway & Torley Photo Slideshow 

Photo by Heather Mull
McConway & Torley steel foundry in Lawrenceville
Photo by Heather Mull
The sign at the entrance of the McConway & Torley in Lawrenceville
Photo by Heather Mull
The new Locomotive Lofts near the McConway & Torley
Photo by Heather Mull
McConway & Torley’s entrance on 48th and Hatfield streets
Photo by Heather Mull
A sign for new lofts being developed on Hatfield and 47th streets boasts rooftop decks. One of the developers, Ben Macguire of BM Architect, LLC., says the company chose this part of the neighborhood because of the “wide streets and central location on this particular part of Hatfield. It has a tremendously high walk score, and the close proximity to previous development … helps buyers to have confidence in the neighborhood on the whole.”
Photo by Heather Mull
New lofts on Hatfield Street across from riverfront industrial sites in Lawrenceville.
Photo by Ashley Murray
The new Children’s Hospital, opened in May 2009, sits on a 10-acre site in Lawrenceville.
Photo by Ashley Murray
The silver, barrel-looking structure at the bottom left-hand side of the photo is the filter that measures toxic-metal concentrations in a study implemented by the Allegheny County Health Department in April 2011. Residents and environmentalists are concerned about the high levels of manganese the filter has registered.
Photo and caption courtesy of McConway & Torley
A McConway & Torley employee prepares to bring down the temperature of heated newly formed railroad castings by submerging them in cooling water. This process removes internal stresses and ultimately toughens the steel.
Photo and caption courtesy of McConway & Torley
Employees at the McConway & Torley facility set cores into a green sand mold to allow for the configuration of the internal part of the castings.
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Photo by Heather Mull
A panoramic view shows new condo development across from riverfront industry along Hatfield Street in Lawrenceville.
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Photo by Heather Mull
McConway & Torley steel foundry in Lawrenceville
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