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Duddon Iron Furnace

Millom Without Category Historic Sites
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Duddon Iron Works is one of the most impressive charcoal-fired blast furnaces in Britain. The iron works were established in 1736 and ran until 1866.

After its closure in 1866 the iron works became a derelicht site. Today it is partially restored and maintained by the Lake District National Park.  

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