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Newbridge Furnace Iron Smelter (United Kingdom)

Bay breached by road and mill leat, and partly removed. Pond dry. Some slag and charcoal. Gun foundry. Known period: 1496-1603. For details see [url][/url]

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Last updated January 10th 2011 by Peter Burgess
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Last updated March 7th 2009 by Peter Burgess

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Newbridge Furnace Iron Smelter belongs to the East Sussex region.

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