Highlands Katahdin Maine Historic Sites
Highlands Katahdin Maine Historic Sites, Places & Architecture
The Highlands and Katahdin regions of Maine is rich in Iron Works and Marine history. The state of Maine has a long ironworks history, learn more about it at the Katahdin Ironworks State Historical Site, one of the largest ironworks producers of the mid to late 1800s. We suggest you contact the site you are planning in advance as many may be operated seasonally.
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Katahdin Highlands Maine Forts & Historic Sites
Katahdin Iron Works State Historic Site
K I Road
Brownville, ME 04414
Phone: (207) 941-4014
Restored stone blast furnace on the site of the 19th century iron works operation
S/S Katahdin (1914) & Moosehead Marine Museum
N. Main Street, East Cove
Artifacts and photographs concerning the marine history of the region and Mount Kineo peninsula.
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