During World War II, large guns for battleships were produced at Bethlehem Steel and then heat treated in this building. They would stand the guns end on end and either heat them up and quench them with water or chemically treat them. The building is so strange to look at, given it’s scale and mass. Driving across the bridge behind it, you can damn near see in the windows.
Eventually, the parking lot for the casino and a hotel will sit where I was standing to take this photo.
On the right is the Iron Ore Bridge and the faint skeletal structure of the casino it’s self.