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Catoctin Furnace Historical Marker
and the painted elephant June 21, 2017

Catoctin Furnace sign

Catoctin Furnace plaque

Catoctin Furnace (also known as Catoctin Iron Furnace) is a historic iron forge located on Route 15 between Frederick and Thurmont in Catoctin Furnace, MD. Signs about the smelting blast furnace are on the site, but no forge is at the site now. Forges were present when the ironworks was operational.

Catoctin Furnace sign

the casting shed sign

the casting shed

The painted elephant statue shown below was near the Elephant Museum, but the two RV Gypsies did not go to the museum.

painted elephant statue

painted elephant statue

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