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Hike to historic Henry Clay Furnace #8069

Two women and their dog visit the Henry Clay Furnace in Coopers Rock State Forest in North Central West Virginia on May 21, 2019.

The historic site in North Central West Virginia was a cold blast furnace built in 1834-36 by Leonard Lamb. It had a capacity of four tons of pig iron per day and furnished employment for 200 people.

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Two women and their dog visit the Henry Clay Furnace in Coopers Rock State Forest in North Central West Virginia on May 21, 2019. <br />
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The historic site in North Central West Virginia was a cold blast furnace built in 1834-36 by Leonard Lamb. It had a capacity of four tons of pig iron per day and furnished employment for 200 people.