Stove Room VIII - The Carrie Furnace

The iron making process used in the late 1970s at the Carrie furnace, and at all blast furnaces at the time, was essentially the same as the one used during the Civil War.

Stove Room VIII

This image's audio segment has some fascinating commentary about how the iron making processes in the late 1970's were exactly the same as those in use at the time of The Civil War.

The Stove Room at the Carrie Furnace, an abandoned furnace used to make iron, in Rankin, Pennsylvania.