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Scranton, Pennsylvania: Scranton Iron Furnaces

Four massive outdoor stone blast furnaces are the remnants of a one-time extensive plant, operated at this spot from 1840 to 1902.

159 Cedar Ave., Scranton, PA
Just south of downtown. Drive south on Adams Ave., cross the train tracks, then look for the Scranton Iron Furnaces sign on the left.
Museum M-Sa 9-5, Su 12-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $7.
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Scranton Iron Furnaces

The Scranton Iron Furnaces represent the early iron industry in the U.S. The four massive stone blast furnaces are the remnants of a one-time extensive plant operated by the Lackawanna Iron and Steel Company. It operated at this location from 1840 through 1902.

[Jon Morgan, 12/07/2019]

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