Thousands of people traveled from all over to see the implosion of Martin Tower, the historic former headquarters of Bethlehem Steel in May. Now you can own a piece of the landmark building in the form of a commemorative brick from the National Museum of Industrial History. Retrieved from the tower after the implosion, the bricks were part of the loading dock and parking deck structure on the ground floor of the building. Volunteers and museum staff worked to load the bricks and bring them to the museum in July, securing a way for current and future generations to own a piece of history. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the museum, helping to pay for educational programs and future exhibits.