Alabama Iron & Steel Museum

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Facility:Alabama Iron & Steel Museum
Description:Along with Tannehill artifacts that have survived, museum exhibits graphically demonstrate how iron was made during the Civil War when 14 different iron companies and six rolling mills made Alabama the arsenal of the Confederacy. During the last two years of the war, Alabama furnaces produced 70% of the Confederate iron supply.

Exhibits include a display of rare CS artillery projectiles manufactured at the Selma Arsenal and Gun Works, a part of the Steve Phillips Collection, along with Civil War weaponry actually used in battle including a 52 Cal. U.S. Spencer Repeater.
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Address 1:12632 Confederate Parkway
Address 2:
City:McCalla
State/Province:AL
Zip Code:35111
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Hours:Tues. - Fri., 8:30 am 4:30 pm, Sat. 9:30 am 4:30 pm, Sun. 12:30 pm -4:30 pm.

Admission:$2.00 adults; $1 Children 6-11 and seniors 62+; children 5 and under free.
Telephone:(205) 477-5711
Website:Visit Website
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