This once iron furnace now turned into public park, Lock Ridge Park is located just outside of Alburtis, Pennsylvania. There are many remnants of the old Thomas Iron Company which was active from 1868 to 1921. The iron industry in the Lehigh Valley was then flourishing, and the Lock Ridge furnaces (designated No. 7 and No. 8 by Thomas Iron) were typical of the time. There are various structures that remain on the property along with a museum.

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Arches on outbuilding at Lock Ridge ParkLock Ridge Iron Furnace MuseumArchways looking into factory structureArchways looking out into parkArchway looking at furnace buildingArchways of the Lock Ridge Iron FurnaceBrick and window on weigh houseWooden window shutters on the Weigh House

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Keywords:Alburtis, County, Furnace, Furnace, Iron, Iron, Lehigh, Lock, Lock, Park, Pennsylvania, Ridge, Ridge, historical