|Take a historical look at the town of Bridgeville, PA
This page was designed to celebrate Bridgeville Borough's 100th Anniversary
For more information, please contact the Bridgeville Historical Society - Link Below . . .
|Some Links to pages of Bridgeville Interest
Dr.Oyler's "Bridgeville News Star" Articles
|Photos - Past & Present|
|A Brief History Of Bridgeville, Pennsylvania
|1783 - This was the year that land in Allegheny County was formed and divided into townships.
The land that is now Bridgeville was first called St. Clair Township.
1806 - St. Clair Township was renamed Upper Saint Clair.
Bridgeville was known as the Village of Bridgeville in Upper Saint Clair. It had one bridge and was a place where people frequently met to trade goods. An old saying was "Meet Me At The Bridge."
Eventually that saying changed to "Meet Me In Bridgeville."
July 27, 1901 - The Official Beginning of Bridgeville Borough.
July 2001 - Bridgeville Celebrated 100 Years with a centennial parade and a week-long celebration !!!
Summer 2002 - Bridgeville was shown on the T.V. show, "The West Wing," featuring our Library/Train Station.
|This page maintained by Troy Bogdan - Last Updated on April 5th, 2006
|This photo (Above) is looking up Station Street towards Dewey Ave.
Notice the Station on the Left (Now The Library) and the Norwood Hotel (Now CoGo's) on the Right.
|Photo (Above) shows the Old Train Station and Present-Day Library in the Year 2000.|