For more than a century the blast furnaces of Bethlehem Steel have loomed over the south side of the company’s hometown, towering icons to the Industrial Age and one of the toughest, most dangerous ways to make a living ever conceived by man.
From a distance, they are inspiring.
Up close, they are impressive.
Standing just yards away on a steel-grate walkway 45 feet in the air, they are downright awesome.
That’s the point of the Hoover-Mason Trestle – a 2,000-foot long walkway that gives visitors a view of these massive artifacts previously seen …
From Atlantic City to Valley Forge, the Greater Philadelphia region offers an almost inexhaustible array of history, culture, education, sports and recreation.
Nestled between the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers, Bucks and Montgomery counties are home to quaint villages, scenic trails, arts, antiques, history and parks.
Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country destinations range from the quiet Amish and Mennonite roads to the historic Gettysburg battlefields along with amusements, history, sports and recreational activities for all visitors.