Preliminary steps in manufacturing steel during WWII for the war effort
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 26 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Powered shovel digging iron ore out of an open pit mine. After obtaining the Iron Ore ,it is crushed and shipped to steel mills. Countless open railroad cars filled with iron ore in a marshalling yard. Iron ore being loaded into an ore carrier ship. The ship carrying the Iron Ore reaches its destination, where huge cranes with claw buckets reach in and remove the iron ore from the ship. View of steel mill complex including rail yard, furnaces, and numerous structures. Powered shovel digging limestone out of open pit mine and loading it on to conveyer. Coal being discharged from coking ovens and bursting into flames when it contacts the open air. .
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