Weirton, cont.


We wrapped up our trip to Weirton, WV yesterday — took a lot of photos and video of the town and interviewed one more steelworker, 50 and laid-off from the mill.

Most of the old, decaying Weirton Steel plant and land is up for sale:

We won’t be traveling for a couple of weeks now.  We’ll be catching up on editing all the video we’ve shot in Wisconsin, DC and West Virginia over the past few weeks.

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