Making Crucible steel in Bethlehem Steel company plant, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,during World War 1. View of the crucible steel shop. Men, each known as a "puller out " reach in with tongs and extract the crucibles from a furnace, below, raising them to the shop floor. The crucibles are then moved by dollies to the" teemers" who use their tongs to swing the crucibles toward the molds. View of Open Hearth furnace being tapped into a large crucible and poured from crucible into molds on mill floor. Large hot steel ingots being moved on rail flatcars pulled by locomotive. Many flat cars of ingots standing in steel mill yard. Hot ingots on rail cars being rearranged by large overhead cranes. Men look at and discuss an enormous steel forging on a rail car. Overhead crane moves iron ore and coke in the stockyard of the Bethlehem plant. A veritable mountain of iron ore in the background.
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