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British Steel Corporation of London.
1918 New private steel company formed by Baldwins, their bankers and associates; it was called the British Steel Corporation; it had acquired the Briton Ferry Works and extensive land between the Swansea docks and the Neath River to host blast furnaces and coke ovens.
NB Another British Steel Corporation was created in 1967 to hold the nationalised industry