Falls near the coke ovens

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Well worth the walk.
 
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Thanks, Craig. I have spent a valued amount of time in Ron Reznik's ebook and it has really helped me understand exposure and luminosity. It is great to hear a comment that reinforces what I have learned.
 
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Bryan,
Coke is a derivative of coal and burned at an extreme tempurature that allowed them to do certain things with iron ore. I sure am not much on mining history but anyways they are located on the allegheny trail near Babcock west va. here are a couple of pitures of what they look like.
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Coke ovens

here is what they look like. I expect that the railroad track ran down the cnter, these wer on both hillsides for about a half a mile.
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