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You can still access the Three Rivers Stadium website

| Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, 11:09 a.m.
Three Rivers Stadium as viewed from the roof of Fifth Avenue Place downtown.
Three Rivers Stadium as viewed from the roof of Fifth Avenue Place downtown.

It's a walk down memory lane, flush with thoughts of the Immaculate Reception, U2 concerts and the 1994 MLB All-Star Game.

The website for Three Rivers Stadium — — is still active, as reported by our sister site , and “has been optimized for Netscape 3.0 or above and Internet Explorer 4.0 and above.”

To put that into perspective, Netscape Navigator, which launched the commercial internet in October 1994, died Feb. 1, 2008, after being purchased by AOL, reported .

Upgruv even included a video of the old stadium being imploded. Of course, we “celebrated” with fireworks.

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