Men work in a factory and iron ore is transported to industries in the Midwestern United States.
Midwest United States USA Date:1942 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
Industries in the Midwestern United States. Aerial view of industrial and manufacturing buildings. Men punch in to a time clock using punch cards in a time clock. Men operate machines in a factory that makes machine parts. Coal transported in rail cars. A giant crane shovel loads iron ore in hopper cars in northern Minnesota. Hopper cars transport ore to shipping area at Lake Superior. Barges at docks on Lake Superior. Aerial view of barge underway on Lake Superior, still near land port. Side view of locomotive engine of Illinois Steel Company South Works, with conductor leaning out window, as it pulls away carrying iron ore. View inside plant as iron ore is converted to iron and then to steel for use in industries. Ships underway in inland waters. Close up view of black locomotive train engine in marshaling yard as it moves slowly. A rail worker is climbing on a side ladder of the moving train. View from behind train of hopper cars as it departs the marshaling yard. Trucks at a loading dock area. A United Air Lines DC-3 aircraft parked at an airfield. Passengers ascend ladder into the DC-3. The DC-3 United Airlines aircraft taxis, and number NC 25613 is seen under its left wing. Animated map show rail network, concrete highways and air network in the Midwestern United States.
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