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Easton junkyard could contribute to growing arts scene

02 Jan 2019 4:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

By Emma Wright, WFMZ TV-69 News (Allentown, PA)

A dilapidated eyesore on Easton's Bushkill Drive may once again become an inspiration for art.

Famed raw metal sculptor Karl Stirner used to visit the old Easton Iron and Metal Co. for material and now his namesake trail has plans to buy the property and once again turn trash into treasure.

"For the last two years, we've been looking for one, a strategy to expand the trail and two, where would it be logical for it to make it work," said Dick McAteer.

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