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Crowds Greet Budweiser Clydesdales In Bethlehem

Hundreds line the streets of South and North Bethlehem to greet the 'King of Beers' iconic mascots.

The Budweiser Clydesdales in action in Bethlehem. They wrapped up the tour of the city at the Wooden Match with state Sen. Lisa Boscola and Mayor John Callahan aboard the wagon.
The Budweiser Clydesdales in action in Bethlehem. They wrapped up the tour of the city at the Wooden Match with state Sen. Lisa Boscola and Mayor John Callahan aboard the wagon.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of South and North Bethlehem on Thursday to get a glimpse of the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales.

"They're so beautiful," exclaimed one woman who stood along E. Fourth Street as the team of horses stopped to make a "delivery."

More than a hundred people lined the street and snapped pictures of the horse rig, which stretched nearly a half block long.

Hundreds more stood at the rear of Payrow Plaza to watch the Clydesdales cross the Fahy Bridge to the north side of the city.

If you missed the horses in Bethlehem, you still have other opportunities to see them. Check out the schedule.
rjpainter.pa September 13, 2013 at 12:38 PM
I’m jealous you got shots of this Icon before the local politicians thought it would be a good idea to ride a beer wagon through town; not allowing a clear photo op to the celebrities that brought everyone out to the sidewalks. Surprised Bud was on-board with having passengers on their wagon. Beautiful horses! I was surely impressed with the grooms who kept a constant eye on the animals in the crowds and heat.

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