This item is not really in Pittsburgh at all – the location is one of the rest stops on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. But, it was part of the Pittsburgh trip so I feel it fits right in here. On our way home, we stopped to eat lunch, and I noticed all the chairs at the tables had a little keystone cut-out in the back.
Certainly very handy to put your fingers into so as to get a good grip to pull out the chair, right? Yes, of course, but there’s more to it – the keystone is the symbol for our state.
Any shape would have been useful, pretty much, but I liked the imagination someone had to make it a keystone.