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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Coed Ithel Blast Furnace Iron Smelt Mill

Coed Ithel Blast Furnace Iron Smelt Mill (United Kingdom)


Producing in 1650 and but operating as a blast furnce for only 10 years. Two sides of the fournace stand 24ft high. Blowing house and wheelpit remains can still be seen by A466

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Coed Ithel Blast Furnace Iron Smelt Mill belongs to the South Wales region.

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