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Dorman, Long (Steel)

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1966. Clay Lane Blast Furnace.
Clay Lane c1960s. Slagging from slag notch.
Clay Lane c1960s. Casting into two torpedoes.
Clay Lane c1960s. Burning out torpedo build up.
Clay Lane c1960s. Removing build-up at reline.
Clay Lane c1960s. Near end of cast.
Clay Lane c1960s. Large build up in Blast Furnace being removed on reline.
Clay Lane c1960s. Hot metal at pig caster.
Clay Lane c1960s. End of cast blow at tap hole.
Clay Lane c1960s. Coke at Taphole.
Clay lane Blast furnace control panel.

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