Bethlehem Steel, a century of building America, is now in the annals of industrial history. The Hoover-Mason Trestle is a 1650-foot elevated linear park on the reclaimed industrial site. The trestle is 46 feet high, and was originally an elevated narrow gauge rail line of raw materials, built around 1905. Along the way are great views from high above, and the pathway is adorned with historic elements. From the old, rusted train cars surrounded by vegetation, to the now visible nooks and crannies of the famous blast furnaces, the viewer can enjoy something that has been out of reach.
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