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Industrial history museum breaks ground on expansion that will bring steelmaking to life

The museum, located on former Bethlehem Steel property, broke ground on a $275,000 project to turn 17,000 square feet of the museum’s property into a park area where visitors can watch industrial machinery from Bethlehem Steel and other industrial manufacturers take raw materials and turn them into finished products.

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