Pittsburgh in Ruins: Strikes, Floods, Fires, Starforts and the Great Reset

The Railroad is a relic from the Olde World, an ancient artifact from before the Reset. I dont think its as old as the canal grid, the railroad was built on top of the filled-in canals. There was no major construction, only repairs and some rerouting.

Part of the narrative of the RR strike of 1877 was captured in images. In fact the common theme is the destruction of railroad property on a nationwide scale, most of it is just woodcuts and sketches from timeline gatekeeper sources like Harpers weekly and Frank Leslie’s Illustrated journal. I think the ‘Les’ is a pun of the French prefix the ‘The’; Leslie’s=The Lies?

Who knows when the Pittsburgh railroad images were taken, we are told they are part of the 1877 Strike but the thing is, they are liars. The pictures might have been released in 1877 but the damage is much earlier from the Reset Event.

There was massive amounts of damage to the railroad system across the board, in the South they staged the Civil War to explain the ghost cities and destruction but they couldn’t use that excuse everywhere, the 1877 Strike was used in the major urban areas not affected by the war.

Not only the railroad in America either, the grid was targeted in every section of the world, I had images of train wreckage from every proxy war covered on this site. It was a World Reset. The wars in Europe serve the same function as the Civil War does in the South, to dismiss any damage, pin it all on the war.

Im gonna get off track here and explain something else as well, especially for Chromebook users. Pay attn to the fine print when you log on for the first time, you do not own any of the material you think you have downloaded on your device. There is nothing stored on the device itself, it all comes from the cloud. I found out the hard way, I forgot my password so I changed it… ON A SEPARATE DEVICE, then when I went to log back in to my laptop it said I needed both the new and old passwords, but i didnt have the old one. Thats cool, it said, you can continue anyway but access to some filed might be restricted. So I continued, those motherfuckers scrubbed my whole laptop. Everything I had “stored” on my device. I lost years worth of pdf’s and thousands of images I had saved. They just laughed and said, “It’s for your safety, in case someone steals your laptop we are protecting your identity.” GTFOH. One of the points is to get you to download everything to your google drive acct, which was not cleared, but the same ppl still have control of your data, the thing is, it is not your data.

If you use a chromebook you should download everything onto a thumb-drive or external storage unit, or else they will erase it the first chance they get. The thing is, they have never deleted a single piece of information ever, the NWO still can retrieve all your Anarchist Cookbook pdf’s and family reunion pics from 2012, they just deny you access to your own info, and you cant ever get it back, unless you join the Feds somehow, the alphabet gangs can get it. or make friends with someone in the Feds…JS

Most images I had already uploaded to the site but not all my family pictures and not my file of railroad ruins from the Civil War. The Matthew Brady file has dozens of old destroyed tracks and engines, rail cars burned to nothing but the axles for miles. This damage was dismissed with the War but it was obvious to me the War is just a cover.

Here is my unfinished essay about the 1877 Strike, for those that want to context.

Here is another report about related material from the Detroit area, the 1850 RR Conspiracy, it was like a test run for the 1877 headliner and involved the same companies and RR owners.

Originals are for sale, dirt cheap. It was surprizingly difficult to get access to these, I had to find several differant loopholes and ways to blow up thumbnails and keep hi resolution, they are controlled by copyright, binding-ritual contract magick. Jamaica Plains is a Spook town, I first came across them bc it was home of the Deaf and Blind Institute, those guys are some freaks, (Not the Deafblind) Anything associated with this town is part of the Psych-War.

The people have been chop-shopped in, maybe not every single person but the ones wandering around looking at nothing and the large groups certainly are not real.

Also notice that alot of the images have telegraph poles set up, I guess the rioters wanted them left in good condition. Still curious is how the fires big enough to destroy the railroad houses didnt bring down the little bitty stick right next to it, how do you suppose…

Wanna hear something else funny? At the same time I posted this collection and all the trouble I went through to find each one, many of them were held individually behind multiple gatekeepers and paywalls, there were complete albums but unless you wanted to shell out 5 g’s you weren’t seeing them. I was the first place that published a full album. UPenn and the Pitts Historical Society made their album available immediately afterwards. Heres a link for the screenshot page.

Fire of 72

nearby somerset pa.


Johnstown has always been on my list, thats the town that got flooded bc the Elite clubhouse upriver neglected the dam and burst through wiping the town out. Everyone admits it was the Elites’ negligence and I always thought the dam didn’t bust out so much as was intentionally released to teach the town a lesson for busting their balls. Now I dont think any of the story is accurate and the dam failure is a cover for the mudflood.

The same photographer also got images of the Johnstown Flood damage. Gee that sure was nice that the flood didnt affect the railroad tracks but buried the town in 3-5 ft of mud…
The caption here says this is the town down river in the days before the dam burst.

historic pics

Reverend David J. Beale Collection

have found multiple shots with the tree in different positions. It was a total photo op. The PRR rail car is a stage prop too

In an old Carnegie Library in Johnstown is the Johnstown Flood Museum, owned and operated by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (814) 539-1889. It is a true museum, and features an Academy-Award-winning film by Charles Guggenheim called “The Johnstown Flood.” Janet Gaynor starred in a silent movie called The Johnstown Flood in the 1920s (portions of it are shown in the museum), and even amusement park attractions based on the story appeared at Atlantic City, Coney Island and elsewhere. An exact duplicate of a coroner’s original handwritten “morgue book” is featured in a corner of the visitors center where the name of each identified flood victim is listed.

Places such as New York’s Coney Island park built massive cycloramas using lights and panoramic “scenographs” to entertain crowds.

Within weeks, several books were about the flood were written, many very poorly, Burkert said.

By six months after the disaster, at least a half-dozen songs were released about the flood and its drama.

“There were as many as eight sets of sheet music from (New York City’s renowned) Tin Pan Alley, so you could sit at your piano at home and play the Johnstown Flood ballad,” Burkert said.

The Pan-American Exposition featured the first Johnstown Flood exhibit in 1901.

Destinations such as New York City, Chicago, Indianapolis – and cities as far away as Stockholm, Sweden – all developed their own Johnstown Flood attractions.

Coney Island billed its own as “the greatest electric scenic production in the world.”

The Swedish flood attraction’s title loosely translated into “Johnstown’s End.”

JAHA Marketing Director Shelley Johansson said she was able to track down a Swedish scholar who researched details about its presence at Stockholm’s 1901 exposition.

She said he uncovered a three-page description of someone who watched the flood exhibit firsthand, describing it as a “mechanic illusion.”

The display was apparently a mix of elaborate mechanical scenes with colorful lights and sound. A re-creation of the Stone Bridge fire was said to have amazed crowds who witnessed it, Johansson said.

It was also the exposition’s most expensive production, but it packed Stockholm’s parks, she said.

“Apparently, the attendance figures were off the charts, because they kept it running,” Johansson said. “They’d make changes to keep people coming back again.”

Started April 10 at the Globe Cotton Factory.

On many bridges the upper portions are replacements. The stone bases are the artifacts which can support new bridge work over and over


Bridge of Sighs

Columned entrance to Highland Park, Highlanders are a mark, the 93rd specifically
Horse Tamer statues by art spook Guiseppe Moretti

Cresson Sanitarium

There were two forts on the point, then Ft Pitt was established showing multiple layers of habitation. This means this place was occupied for a long time