DESCRIPTION: “Locking through the Montgomery Lock on the Ohio River near Midland, PA. We continue up river, past the Shippingport Nuclear Power Plant, then return back through the Montgomery Lock.” SEE ALSO: Montgomery Locks and Dam Fathers Day 6/17/12 (Going through Montgomery Lock) RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY The Listening Library of Beaver …
PCN Tour of J & L Specialty Steel in Midland, PA.
Description: “Noticed valley filled with orange smoke in route to work this morning. It is at the closed steel plant and Not at the nuclear plant thank goodness.” RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY
A total of 250 people will be out of work in Midland, Beaver County as Allegheny Technologies is closing its plant. RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY
Description: “Usw 1212 stands up against ATI for a fair contract.” RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY
Description: “steel workers union 1212 starting their bike run to support fellow brothers and sisters locked out by ATI and head scumbag Bob Wetherbee” RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY
Description: “I take a drive and walk through Midland. It is an old ‘steel’ town like the rest of our steel towns in Beaver County. A lot has changed; a lot has not changed.” RETURN TO THE LISTENING LIBRARY: BEAVER COUNTY
Description: “The birth of Midland Steel Newspaper articles began to appear during the summer of 1905. The Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette got the first scoop. The newly formed Midland Steel Co. had purchased 1,019 acres of land spanning two miles of Ohio River frontage. By the time the newspapers began reporting the endeavor, the company had …