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Hampton Furnace

Posted by Stu On September - 5 - 2002

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First found 9/02
New pics 2/05

After a controlled Fire 1/06

These pics are from 2/05. The original photos can be found at the bottom of the page.

Hampton Furnace was one of the many bog iron furnaces in the Pine Barrens. Like the rest, it died shortly after the iron furnaces in Pennsylvania produced higher quality iron by using anthracite coal.


Photos from the original trip – 9/02

For being from the 1700's, this is pretty impressive

For being from the 1700's, this is pretty impressive

For being from the 1700's, this is pretty impressive

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  1. DA Said,

    This isn’t the actual furnace ruins. They are loooong gone. This is what is left of the 5 story cranberry packing house which actually stood until about 1976.

    Posted on March 5th, 2014 at 8:24 pm

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