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Hikers visit Henry Clay Furnace #4583

The Henry Clay Furnace, which was built in 1834-36, is one of the unique destinations for hikers to visit at Coopers Rock State Forest near Masontown, W.Va., as these fathers and sons did on April 20, 2022.

A cold blast furnace built by Leonard Lamb, it had a capacity of four tons pig iron per day and furnished employment for 200 people.

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The Henry Clay Furnace, which was built in 1834-36, is one of the unique destinations for hikers to visit at Coopers Rock State Forest near Masontown, W.Va., as these fathers and sons did on April 20, 2022.<br />
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A cold blast furnace built by Leonard Lamb, it had a capacity of four tons pig iron per day and furnished employment for 200 people.