The ruins of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation in Bethlehem, PA are undoubtedly one of the most impressive industrial sites that have been left to rot in the United States' rust belt. Bethlehem Steel was the second largest steel producer in the country, and one of the largest shipbuilding companies in the world before going bankrupt in 2001.

The ruins of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation in Bethlehem, PA are undoubtedly one of the most impressive industrial sites that have been left to rot in the United States' rust belt. Bethlehem Steel was the second largest steel producer in the country, and

Photo taken at Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.  Full gallery online at abandonedamerica.org.

'a happy sleep' taken at Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem PA - Matthew Christopher's Abandoned America This guy has amazing images visit his website and you can order prints & see a spectacular gallery of abandoned buildings!

Bethlehem Steel (Lackawanna Plant) Located in Lackawanna, NY US Also Known As:Lackawanna Steel Company Location Genre:Steel Mill Built:1901 Opened:N/A Age:113 years Closed:1983 Demo / Renovated:N/A Decaying for:31 years Last Known Status:Abandoned

Bethlehem Steel (Lackawanna Plant) Located in Lackawanna, NY US Also Known As:Lackawanna Steel Company Location Genre:Steel Mill Opened:N/A years Demo / Renovated:N/A Decaying years Last Known Status:Abandoned

Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem, PA

Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem, PA - Love the logo with the I section steel beam

Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnace

Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnace 3 Art Print

Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnace 3 Art Print by Kelly Stiles

Bethlehem Steel, once a symbol of American industry, went bankrupt in 2001. These photos help us imagine its glory days.   Photographs by Jeremy Blakeslee

Ghosts in the Machines

As my novel "Hometown News" demonstrates, the Rust Belt wasn't all big cities. (Bethlehem Steel, once a symbol of American industry, went bankrupt in Photograph by Jeremy Blakeslee)

Bethlehem Steel, Johnstown Works, Pennsylvania - photo by David Plowden, 1975

Bethlehem Steel, Johnstown Works, Franklin Borough, Pennsylvania - photo by David Plowden, 1975

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