This is another photo from the re-enactment. A traveling forge was used to shoe horses and repair wagons and artillery equipment for both the North and South.
An American Civil War era traveling forge contained 1200 pound of tools, coal and supplies. These tools and supplies included a bellows attached to a fireplace, a four-inch wide vise, 100 pound anvil, a box containing 250 pounds of coal, 200 pounds of horse shoes, four foot long bundled bars of iron, and on the limber was a box containing the smith's hand tools.  A battery wagon accompanied each traveling forge carrying additional blacksmith, wheelwright, and carriage repair supplies.