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The History of the Visitor Center Building
NPS Ranger Emily Hewitt welcomes you to the Hancock Visitor Center of the C&O Canal National Historical Park
Pin Oak Fountain
Looking South on Back Creek
Approach to Back Creek Bridge
Vulcan Iron Furnace and one of the knobs of Knobley Mountain.
Mouth of Vulcan Iron Furnace
Looking West on Sideling Hill Creek
The Hancock Visitor Center of the C & O Canal NHP, another view
Pin Oak Fountain, Another View
Builder's Nameplate on Bridge Over Back Creek
Bridge Made of Railroad Rails
Bridge over Back Creek II
Why is it called Knobley Moutain?
Vulcan Iron Furnace, operated about 1855-1860
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The Hancock Visitor Center of the C & O Canal NHP
The Story of Pin Oak Fountain
Looking North on Back Creek
Narrow approach to Back Creek Bridge
Bridge over Back Creek on Dry Run Road
Vulcan Iron Furnace
Looking East on Sideling Hill Creek
Remains of the Round Top Cement Mill and Kilns
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