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"Duddon Furnace, Front"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, from side"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Tapping Hole"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Front"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Top of Blast Furnace"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Top of Blast Furnace"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Charging ramp"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Charcoal sheds"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Charcoal shed exit"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, outside Charcoal sheds"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, inside Charcoal shed"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace, Charcoal shed door"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace from side"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.

"Duddon Furnace Notice"

The Duddon Iron Furnace is a well-preserved 18th century charcoal-fired iron furnace in a wooded setting at Duddon Bridge, in the south-west corner of the Lake District National Park. Locally mined iron ore was mixed with small amounts of limestone and smelted with charcoal to produce pig iron for transport and further processing elsewhere. Opened in 1736 it shipped pig iron to Chepstow and Bristol until 1867.