Long Pond Ironworks Virtual Tour


Colonial (Hasenclever) Furnace
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You may want to learn more about making iron before continuing on your tour.

You are in front of the remains of the Colonial era iron furnace constructed and put into blast in 1767. These remains were uncovered by an archeologist in the 1960's and we are working to fund stabilization of the stonework. The water wheel was on the north side (left edge of the image) and the casting house was on the south side. The image was taken from the the area of the original charging bridge on the furnace bank.

Remains of 1767 Furnace

Remains of Colonial era furnace and casting house foundation as viewed from above.

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