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Ambridge refers to a small, formerly induistrial burough in southwestern Pennsylvania, about 25 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh. It is home to Old Economy Village, which is one of the best preserved Utopian Societies in the country.

Ambridge was created from the American Bridge Company, and played a big role in the United States' steelmaking heyday.
Ambridge? Well there's a lot worse places one could live.
by BradXDeath September 17, 2005
 
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A quaint little town, settled in the subarbs of Pittsburgh. Not nearly as bad as some will make it be, Ambridge has a very important part in the american hertiage. BTW, a bridger is obvisouly someone associated with bridges. Duhh
Ambridge is a fine, upstanding town.
by Murpher August 11, 2005
 
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A shitty little town north of Pittsburgh. The name came from The American Bridge Co. The mascot is a "Bridger", What the HELL is that? The football team used to be good, back in the 30's and 40's. But they have the best band in the county.
Wow! Ambridge is a REALLY shitty town.
by Me November 18, 2003