The Olde Forge at Logue’s of Cranford
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An old Forge Museum built in 1920 and preserved in it’s original state gives you an opportunity to step back in time to experience and learn about the life of a blacksmith in days gone by.
The Forge was built in 1920 by Mr. Paddy Logue, grandfather of the current owner. The equipment was taken from Glasgow where he worked as a young man. The Old bellows are one of only a handful in Ireland and the fireplace is unique. Most of the original tools are still in place as well as horse and donkey harness. Visitors can browse at leisure or have a guided tour if required. They provide traditional music and seafood events every Sunday during July and August.