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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn8.jpg |thumb| 1966. Clay Lane Blast Furnace.]]
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1956 The AGM of [[Dorman, Long and Co]] was told about performance of the main subsidiary companies<ref>The Times, 4 January 1956</ref> including '''Dorman Long (Steel)''' Ltd, which included the  Lackenby and Cleveland steel works and blooming mills, and coke ovens at South Bank.
[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn1.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Slagging from slag notch.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn10.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Casting into two torpedoes.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn11.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Burning out torpedo build up.]]
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|align="center" bgcolor=#D8BFD8 colspan=5| '''Clay Lane Furnaces During the 1960s'''
[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn2.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Removing build-up at reline.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn3.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Near end of cast.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn4.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Large build up in Blast Furnace being removed on reline.]]
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|align=left valign=top width=30% bgcolor=#F0F0F0| [[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn8.jpg|thumb| 1966. Clay Lane Blast Furnace.]]
[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn5.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Hot metal at pig caster.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn6.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. End of cast blow at tap hole.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn7.jpg |thumb| Clay Lane c1960s. Coke at Taphole.]]
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[[image:Im20160216RB-ClayLn9.jpg |thumb| Clay lane Blast furnace control panel.]]
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|align=left valign=top width=30% bgcolor=#F0F0F0| [[image:Im20160217RB-Clay1.jpg|thumb| Sinter Cooling Bench, Dorman, Long.]]
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1956 The AGM of [[Dorman, Long and Co]] was told about performance of the main subsidiary companies<ref>The Times, 4 January 1956</ref> including '''Dorman Long (Steel)''' Ltd, which included the  Lackenby and Cleveland steel works and blooming mills, and coke ovens at South Bank.
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Revision as of 17:00, 17 February 2016

1956 The AGM of Dorman, Long and Co was told about performance of the main subsidiary companies[1] including Dorman Long (Steel) Ltd, which included the Lackenby and Cleveland steel works and blooming mills, and coke ovens at South Bank.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 4 January 1956