Nassawango’s furnace - and forest - rising from the ruins (June 2005) - In 1832, a towering brick furnace burns at the edge of a swamp. Molten iron pours from spouts in its base. At the top, orange flames rise from the chimneys 24 hours a day. The light can be seen for miles.
Gateways Adds Two Sites (April 2002) - The National Park Service’s Bay Gateways Network recently announced the addition of two new sites, bringing the number of parks, refuges, historic ports, museums and trails participating in the network to 108.