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Remains of the 1870-era iron furnance at [[Quinnimont, West Virginia]]
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Remains of the 1870-era iron furnace at [[Quinnimont, West Virginia]]. The furnace operated for only three years, manufacturing common pig iron using coal extracted locally and hematite shipped in from Rich Patch, VA. Today, the massive, cut-stone walls of the furnace's base stand in a brushy mound in middle of the "wye" in Quinnimont's rail yard.

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Remains of the 1870-era iron furnace at Quinnimont, West Virginia. The furnace operated for only three years, manufacturing common pig iron using coal extracted locally and hematite shipped in from Rich Patch, VA. Today, the massive, cut-stone walls of the furnace's base stand in a brushy mound in middle of the "wye" in Quinnimont's rail yard.

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