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Eliza Iron Smelter (United States)

The Eliza Furnace is one of the best preserved remnants of the early iron industry in the region. It is an early example of a "hot blast" iron furnace, retaining the original cast-iron heat exchanger and corbelled stone work-arch.

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Last updated March 23rd 2009 by carnkie
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