Beckley Furnace Industrial Monument, East Canaan

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The Beckley Furnace Industrial Monument is a state-owned historic site preserving a 19th-century iron-making blast furnace on the north bank of the Blackberry River in the town of North Canaan, Connecticut. The site became a 12-acre (4.9 ha) state park in 1946; it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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  • It is just down the street from my home and I have visited there many times for many years as it is a short walk for me, and it is a place that 'soothes the soul'.  more »
  • It's a delightful place to stop and take in some of the interesting local history. Picnic tables are available. Cross the bridge, and you can hike the light-blue-blazed trail up into the hills.  more »

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