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The industrial site that rolled the rails for the nation's railroads. Four massive stone stacks are the remains of the blast furnaces of the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company, built between 1848 and 1857. The furnaces ranked as the second-largest iron producer in the U.S. by the l880s. Exhibits include on-site interpretive signage. These industrial remains are located in downtown Scranton within a short car or trolley ride from Steamtown National Historic Site and Electric City Trolley Museum. Visitor center open seasonally and grounds open daily. Operated in partnership with the Anthracite Heritage Museum and Iron Furnaces Associates.
Memorial Day - Labor Day:
|MON:||dawn until dusk *|
|TUE:||dawn until dusk *|
|WED:||dawn until dusk *|
|THU:||dawn until dusk *|
|FRI:||dawn until dusk *|
|SAT:||noon - 4:00 pm #|
|SUN:||noon - 4:00 pm #|
* On-street parking only
# Free on-site parking is available for self-guided visits
For information on guided tours, call Anthracite Heritage Museum: 570-963-4804
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