What a neat place...full of history and activity! Try to go when someone is there telling the story of the shop and explaining how it all works. We went on a Sunday and Rich was there doing a great job showing and telling. Afterwards he answered a question of mine so well that I felt like I'd gotten a personal class on the role of iron in the history of tool making. Couldn't have been nicer. Also, you can purchase tools and decorative household items made there or request something custom-made.
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