Bethlehem Steel ~ 2007

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    1. mojo2u 34 months ago | reply

      Long gone, too bad! Great work by you....

    2. -liyen- 34 months ago | reply

      Cool shot, love the colours.

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    3. timcorbin 34 months ago | reply

      very cool shot Mike

    4. Shantideva 34 months ago | reply

      Beautiful decay. Nice to see that the place still seems to be intact.

    5. James Loesch 34 months ago | reply

      Most excellent! My father worked at this plant in the early 40s, in the locomotive shop, but I never saw the place. Thanks.

    6. Light Forger 34 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot Mike. Looks like great place. Cheers LF...

    7. Salva del Saz 34 months ago | reply

      Powerful image with this old machinery, really interesting.

    8. Thankful! 34 months ago | reply

      Very cool... machines? Well, whatever they are, they look wonderfully dirty and must have made a lot of dust and noise! The ladders provide an additional element of human involvement.

    9. Keith.CA 34 months ago | reply

      that's a ton of metal - nice framing

    10. shotzy 34 months ago | reply

      What a fabulous shot. Full of colour and industrial interest. I am so sorry that we have missed each other in shoots recently. Soon we will meet up

    11. yammay 34 months ago | reply

      Awesome rhythm of forms

    12. Sean Posey 34 months ago | reply

      Very impressive shot

    13. Mel Surdin Photography 33 months ago | reply

      Nicely done … great details in the shadow … lovely muted colors.

    14. Sean Posey 29 months ago | reply

      Lots of history in this photograph.

    15. CrispyFotos (zPRIME) 18 months ago | reply

      Classic shock and awe from the plant.

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