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Rt. 329 Bridge between Cementon and Northampton
40 41' 48 N
75 30' 37 W

The Route 329 bridge crosses the Lehigh River and connects Northampton on the east and Cementon on the west. Just above the bridge, on the cementon side, remnants of Lock 33 still stand. Below the lock, a modern cement mill is in operation. The ruins of Rock Losk Rosendale Cement Company exist on the east side of the canal. When the company was in operation, they would load their products directly onto canal boats.

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