A potbelly stove is a cast-iron, coal-burning or wood-burning stove that is cylindrical with a bulge in the middle. The name is derived from the resemblance of the stove to a fat man’s pot belly. Potbelly stoves were used to heat large rooms and were often found in train stations or one-room schoolhouses.
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