‘Dawn of the Dead’ Zombie Bridge is Saved


The footbridge seen in George Romero’s 1978 Dawn of the Dead is saved from demolition and is moving to a new home. The mall where the film was shot has undergone many changes in 37 years, and the bridge is the only remaining piece of zombie history remaining. When news of the bridge’s impending demise hit 3 months ago, fans of the film moved quickly to save the bridge.

Their efforts proved a success, and on July 22 at 11am, a special ceremony at the Monroeville Mall will be held as the bridge is packed and moved to at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, PA. by a group of zombies. The event is open to the public.

Read more on the official Save the Dawn of the Dead Bridge Facebook page.

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