How does the oldest ironworks in America
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Over the centuries, the artisans who worked on Ironworks G. Krug & Son (Krug & Son) made the original ironwork and restoration of some of the most famous sculptures and products of the city, including the Basilica in Baltimore, metal parts of building Johns Hopkins and the United Methodist church. Metallurgical Plant G. Krug & Son is the oldest in the country and forge works continuously since 1810. At the moment, the factory workers are working on the restoration of the fence and restore the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Place.
Ironworks G. Krug & Son is the oldest continuously operating foundry in the country. factory museum was recently granted non-profit status.
Peter Krug, owner G. Krug & Son ironworks, works on a drill press. Drilling machine at work here since the early 1900s.
In the ironworks window G. Krug & Son hang keys beginning of the 1800s, made sometime in the factory.
Tools for forging iron foundry in G. Krug & Son, the oldest continuously operating forges in the country.
Sal Evan Hill, an employee of the plant Krug & Son, working on the fence of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Place.
Evan Sal Hill holds an old glass negative plate with a photo of the early 20th century, which is kept on the top floor ironworks G. Krug & Son.
The curls of metal hanging on the wall G. Krug & Son ironworks.
Evan Hill Sal repair of the leg from the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Place.
Evan Hill Sal works welding on cast iron fragment of the monument.
Brad Venbrad Wendler helps to move the fence from the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon. Brad's wife also works at the Ironworks G. Krug & Son.
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On the Ironworks box G. Krug & Son hang keys beginning of the 1800s, made sometime in the factory.
Peter Krug, owner G. Krug & Son ironworks, locks the fence section from the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon to begin its restoration.
In connection with the work of the fire and high temperatures has a high fire danger factory historic building. Therefore, despite the fact that the building is old, it is equipped with automatic fire extinguishing and fire alarm system. In 2014 the museum building was examined by historians on the subject of fire safety and the museum was granted non-profit status of the plant.