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Bethlehem Steel (Bethlehem, PA) | Ore and Coke Bins

Bethlehem Steel (Bethlehem, PA) | Ore and Coke Bins - Bethlehem Steel
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Looking east under the Hoover-Mason trestle, this view shows the ore bins (to the right) and coke bins (to the left) that once served blast furnaces F and G. These small furnaces were built in the early 20th century, but demolished in 1965. At the end of the track is the scale car repair barn, where the best preserved scale car is still parked over the inspection pit.

- information provided by the National Museum of Industrial History

Photograph taken in 2009 at the abandoned Bethlehem Steel complex in Bethlehem PA by Matthew Christopher of Abandoned America. The Bethlehem Steel site has since been incorporated into the Steel Stacks and Sands Casino.

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