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This information was provided by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) in 2002.
While we believe the data to be reasonably correct,
neither PAB nor the PHMC takes any responsibility for its accuracy.

South Erie Iron Works

Updated information, including NR registration forms and photographs, may be found in the PHMC CRGIS system:
https://www.dot7.state.pa.us/CRGIS/Application/ASPNET/Report/Report.aspx?R=108&T=KEYNO&I=101850

Built: 1871-1891

Address: 1917-1923 Peach St.
Municipality: Erie City, Erie County

National Register Status: Undetermined
Resource Category: Building
Approximate Number of Resources: 3

Building Type/Particular Use: Cooking And Heating Equip; Foundry, Stove Works; Ment
Historical Function: Industry/Processing/Extract--Manufacturing Facility
Current Function: Commerce/Trade--Business; Commerce/Trade--Restaurant

Exterior Wall Materials: Stone, Metal
Other Materials: Brick
Structural Systems: Steel Frame
Roof System Material: Steel
Roof System System: Sawtooth Truss
Bays: 6
Stories: 3
Machinery Remains? Y

Key Number: 101850
Inventory Identification Number: 101750
Survey Code: 049-EIS-041

PHMC Administrative Actions:
Date Action
12/05/2001 Date Record Changed

 

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