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(Dutchess County, New York)Ruins of Clove Valley Iron Works Furnace #2
Besaw Iron Furnace
(Grafton County, New Hampshire)New Hampshire's last standing blast furnace
(Orange County, New York)Anthracite-fueled blast furnace now restored as a museum
(York County, Pennsylvania)Oldest remaining landmark of the iron industry in York County
(Cherokee County, Alabama)Supplied iron products to the Confederate States of America during the United States' Civil War.
(Clarion County, Pennsylvania)Cold blast furnace north of Clarion, PA
Lime Rock Furnace #2
(Litchfield County, Connecticut)Stabilized blast furnace built by the Barnum-Richardson Co.in Lime Rock
Mary Ann Furnace
(Clarion County, Pennsylvania)Cold blast furnace east of Shippenville, PA
(Warren County, New Jersey)This charcoal-fired iron furnace was the first to use "hot blast" in America; 1835.
(Greenup County, Kentucky)Ruins of a 35-foot high iron furnace
Riddlesburg Coke Ovens
(Bedford County, Pennsylvania)48 brick, beehive coke ovens were built in 1912 to aid in iron-making at the Keystone Foundry and Greenwood Furnace.
(Dutchess County, New York)The last furnace to be constructed in the Salisbury Iron District.
(Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania)Historic iron furnace and related buildings in Pine Grove.
(Essex County, New York)Ghost town and related MacIntyre mine and blast furnace