The Abandoned Bethlehem Lackawanna Steel Company | Abandoned America

The Lackawanna, NY branch of Bethlehem Steel was started in the mid 19th century as an iron forge by the Scranton brothers in a Pennsylvania town that would come to be named after them. Despite some gruesome incidents with labor strikes due to frequent pay cuts, the company prospered and became the second largest producer of iron in the United States.

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