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Virtual Museum of Pennsylvania Iron Furnaces & Iron Works

Digital Iron Furnace Research Library
The 19th Century Society of Pennsylvania
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Conemaugh Furnace &
Iron Works

Magill Station, Seward,
Fairfield Township,
Westmoreland County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Pennsylvania Iron Furnace Source Book
Westmoreland County Iron Furnaces

A Tribute to the Iron Masters and Iron Workers
that built and keep in-blast
the old Stone Blast Furnaces of Pennsylvania.

by
Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian & Web Master;
Ryan P. Washlaski, Technical Advisor
Virtual Museum of Pennsylvania Iron Furnaces
A Publication of the 19th Century Society of Pennsylvania
Updated Jan. 9, 2002

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Conemaugh Furnace & Iron Works:  
Date Built: ca. 1852 / 1853
Date Out-of-Blast: ca.1861 

Other names Conemaugh Furnace was known by:

Owners:
Conemaugh Furnace & Iron Works

Conemaugh Furnace,
Conemaugh River Gap, near Seward, Westmoreland Co.
(illustration courtesy of "Indiana Co. History," ca.1978)

Location:
Located in the Conemaugh River Gap, along the Conemaugh River, near Seward, Fairfield Township, Westmoreland Co.

Bibliographical Sources:  This section under construction.                                                    


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