Bethlehem Steel Stacks

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Used as a steel plant for over a century, the Stacks now just serve as a cool piece of history to look at and also part of an outdoor music venue. For over 120 years and with thousands of workers, this plant produced steel that helped build bridges, buildings and even machinery for the Navy. Its final days were in 1995

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