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Furnaces as a general subject.
- Furnaces used in smelters, including:
- Blast furnace
- Steelmaking furnaces, including:
- Furnaces used to remelt metal in foundries
- Furnaces used to reheat and heat treat metal for use in:
- Muffle furnace
- Vacuum furnace
- Furnace, Ceredigion, village in Ceredigion, Wales
- Furnace, Carmarthenshire, village in Carmarthenshire, Wales
- Furnace, California, former settlement
- Furnace, Indiana, small town in the United States
- Furnace, Kentucky
- Furnace, Argyll and Bute, village in Scotland
- Furnace Creek, California, town in Death Valley, California. Lowest census point in the USA.
- Furnace, Virginia
- Furnace, West Virginia
- HMS Furnace, four ships of the Royal Navy
- Furnace: Lockdown, series of books by author Alexander Gordon Smith
- The Furnace, novel by Rose Macaulay 1907
- The Furnace, book by Daniel A. Poling 1925
- The Furnace (magazine) 2003
- The Furnace (film), 1920 film directed by William D. Taylor, based on the novel The Furnace by "Pan" (London, 1920)
- Furnace (film), a 2006 horror film
- Furnace (Keith Hudson album), 1972
- Furnace (Download album) by the industrial music group Download
- Furnaces (Ed Harcourt album), by Ed Harcourt, 2016
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