July 23, 2017

   

Conshohocken Industry - a Few Rare Photos and Story

Conshohocken Industry – a Few Rare Photos and Story

4/19/2017

by Jack Coll

photo by Gene Walsh

photo by Doris Markley

photo by Doris Markley

       If you, your parents, your grandparents or relatives ever worked an industrial job in Conshohocken or West Conshohocken chances are their place of employment is pictured in the “Industry” chapter in Volume 1 of the 2 book set Conshohocken & West Conshohocken – People, Places and Stories.

       It was sad in the end watching these once industrial icons holding on.

       The Basic oxygen furnace at Alan Wood Steel was imploded on December 27th, 1990. You might remember it as the Big Red Steel Building. Shown in the top photo by Gene Walsh.

      The Alan Wood Steel Ore Bridge seen from River Road in Swedeland was imploded in September of 1989. As seen in the bottom 2 photos by Doris Markley.

This is the cover of volume 1. We are taking orders now until the end of April. Each book has over 500 pages and 800 photos. Buy one for yourself and think of someone else you know who might appreciate it. Call 610-825-7072 to place your order.

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