After a lengthy day, we wrapped it up with a stop off in Bethlehem, PA as the sun was setting. We parked by Main St and walked down it to see a bunch of the old buildings. It was the perfect time of day to see these old buildings and to take in some of the quaint town, including the Colonial Industry Quarter on the bank of Monocacy Creek.
This is def an old style water fountain.
History around every corner (also water).
Entering the Colonial site.
Looks like an old countryside.
Some of the buildings are being restored…or held up.
An old wheel and a stone wall/foundation.
Old house, new bridge.
Some of the ruins.
Looking through the ruins to another building.
Willows over the creek.
An older bridge over the creek.
Iron holding up a building.
A garden trellis.
A small, colonial style garden.
A creepy path.
Looking down the stairs.
A lampost alongside the path.
A church overlooking the site.
Old style buildings as shops.
Next time: we take a look at Adelphi University.