Assembling pipe pieces during construction of the Iroquois Pipeline in Hermon
Workers connect pipes during construction of the Iroquois Pipeline. The line was built to transport natural gas from Canada to downstate New York. The company brought in its own construction companies to do the work. Lots of forest had to be cleared to make room for the pipe line. Summer of 1991. Hermon, NY.
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