Stony Hazel, Cumbria, SD 336 897.
18th century (on documentary evidence?).
A variety of slags including untypical tap slag. Identified by the excavator (MDS) as a finery forge. David Cranstone (personal communication) suggests that it may have been a water-powered bloomery.
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