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ANGARRACK SMELTING HOUSE

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Site of a reverberatory smelting house which was built in 1704 and by 1788 comprised a fore yard, tin house, smith shop, middle yard, work house, water-powered stamps, clay house, blowing house and a dwelling. The main building was the work house which contained six reverberatory furnaces, each with a chimney. The number of furnaces had been reduced to three in 1835, but increased soon after. The smelting house was closed in 1881and the main building demolished. Surviving structures which include the smith shop, tin house and the manager's house have been converted into dwellings and other structures.

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