Taconic State Park Copake Falls Mine Area and Bash Bish Falls Topo Map

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Walk from the remains of an 1800s ironworks in New York to a glorious waterfall in Massachusetts. From its opening in 1845 to its gradual shutdown between 1903 and 1908, Copake Mine Iron Works produced some 4,000 tons of cast iron every year. Oddly enough, even though the mine meant big business in this corner of the Taconic Mountains—with its own railroad stop to transport the iron to industries across the country—very little is known about the business itself. We do know that the ironworks’ founder, Lemuel Pomeroy, had worked in the iron trades since he was a young man, giving up college and dreams of becoming an attorney when he discovered an unexpected passion for ironworking.
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Copake Falls, New York

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