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Hoover Mason Trestle, Bethlehem

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Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Hoover-Mason Trestle is a 1650-foot elevated linear park in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on the reclaimed industrial site of Bethlehem Steel. The trestle is 46 feet high and was originally an elevated narrow gauge rail line for raw materials, built around 1905.
The reclamation work was designed by Wallace Roberts & Todd and was a $15 million project opening in 2015. The walkway connects Levitt Pavilion to Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem.

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  • We stopped in the Visitor’s Center and the nice worker told us about the guided tour for $15 per adult. We splurged and are so glad we did! Larry was a knowledgeable former steel worker whose stories....  more »
  • This was a really cool area to see and check out. You couldn't go to the viewing deck when I visited due to covid but still cool to see.  more »
  • A walkway along the steel processing complex of Bethlehem Steel. Information provided at each stage, detailed the processes and production methods. A wonderful history of one of the most prominent company in America, in the backdrop of a massive industrial complex. One would not help but be in awe with the size and vast area of the complex. A good visit for all ages. For physical challenged people, an elevator would lift them to the platform.

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