Steel making; Italian heavy artillery being manufactured during World War I
Italy Date:1916 Duration:3 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Iron ore being offloaded from a ship, in large steel buckets, on to a flat car, at a port. A large crane dumping ore into a large open railroad container car, during World War 1. Coke being discharged after being processing from coal, at a steel plant. A traveling crane conveying a large container of raw material to the top of a furnace at a steel plant. Fire emitted from a crucible at a steel plant. An ingot being forged. Sequence shifts to views inside an Italian heavy artillery factory, where an annealing wrap is being lowered around a large gun barrel and heated with a gas fire. Huge gun barrels seen on machining floor. Machinists turning gun barrels on very large lathes. View through a gun barrel showing its spiral rifling. Machinists in a crowded shop where all machines are driven by leather belts. More views of gun barrels being turned on lathes. A man seated at the controls of a huge milling machine that revolves around the work piece, fastened to the machine bed.
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