On Market Street (Pennsylvania Route 879) at Reiter Street, on the right when traveling east on Market Street.
Near here stood the iron furnace erected 1817 by Peter Karthaus. Rebuilt 1836 by Peter Ritner and John Say, it became in 1839 one of the earliest to use coke in place of charcoal. Abandoned at the end of the same year. — — Map (db m77502) HM
On Tunnel Road, 3.4 miles south of Market Street (Pennsylvania Route 879), on the right when traveling south.
From the 1840's until c1912, thousands of county rafts floated billions of board feet of timber to sawmills in Lock Haven, Williamsport and Marietta. A ring rock where rafts moored is still located along the river at the site of Lewis Miller's Hotel . . . — — Map (db m122453) HM