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Leetonia Cherry Valley Coke Ovens

The complex of 200 Coke Ovens were constructed around 1866 by the Leetonia Iron and Coal Company which was later renamed the Cherry Valley Iron Works. The beehive coke ovens were built to turn coal into coke by removing impurities from the coal. The coke was then used as fuel for the furnaces that produced iron and steel. The Cherry Valley Coke Ovens site was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
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