Our first stop was Easton and the remains of the former Lehigh Valley passenger station. It is a chilly
morning as we explore what used to be the top level of the station where the passengers would wait for
We weren't there long when the first NS train roared by.
Our final stop in Easton- The remains of the Lehigh Valley South Easton Shops. These are still being used by the Norfolk Southern Railroad.
Now on to Bethlehem. Our first stop is Iron Hill tower on the PB&NE which is still standing but no longer used. Iron Hill
Yard is still being used though.
The public parking lot next to the now closed Bethlehem Steel Mill makes a good spot to take pictures
of the blast furnaces. These are pictures of the 3 pass stoves that pre heated the air (blast).
A closer look at the stoves.
Slightly to the west right before the Hill To Hill bridge is a where we caught this NS train going by.
On the other side of river, CP parks locomotives that lay over. I am not too sure of how long they leave them there.
I took a walk under the Hill To Hill bridge. This is the other side of the Lehigh River from Bethlehem.