At the bottom of the Shawnee National Forest sits a 32-foot tower of lime and sand stone called the Iron Furnace. Originally built around 1837, this marvel produced the highest quality metal in the area that shipped up and down the Ohio river. On a moonless night, the stars here are breathtaking as it is one of the darkest patches of Illinois.
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