Friday found me with PBS producer Rick Sebak as he filmed around Pittsburgh for his upcoming special, A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway. First up was Peppi’s Diner (known to locals as Scotty’s or Charlie’s) where we talked about the highway and places to see around town.
Then it was on the road to find those places, from the Mullins-made Lincoln statue just down the road in WIlkinsburg …
… to the yellow-brick section of old road in Glenfield.
Camera and sound were handled by Bob Lubomski and Glenn Syska. They do tons of work trying to get the best angle and sound and lots of other things that, when done right, nobody notices. (Same for the crew that will edit the video and sound in a couple months.) Bob and Glenn even climbed up on that overpass to get aerial shots of the road.
Read more of their adventures on Sebak’s blog and tune in two days before Halloween to see the show on your local PBS station.