Blast Furnace Park remains
Esbank House 1842
Blast Furnace Park - the only surviving relic of Australia's first iron and steel industry where the ruins include huge brick structures, a network of underground tunnels and the base of Australia's first blast furnace.

Eskbank House (1842) - the oldest building in Lithgow is in Bennett Street and open to visitors.

Oakey Park - mine remnants and the old ZigZag brewery and school.
Blast Furnace Park, Esbank House &, Oakey Park, Lithgow, Blue Mountains and Central Tablelands NSW Australia
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