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Found adjacent to a triphammer foundation at the rear central portion of the forge building.
Remains of heavy wooden timbers revealed a 4 1/2 ft. wide pit with 5 inch wide planks for flooring.
The waterwheel drove a heavy triphammer that shaped the iron produced in the bloomery forges.
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