Oberhausen steelworks, artwork

Oberhausen steelworks, artwork

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Caption: Oberhausen steelworks. Early 20th Century artwork of men at the steel forges in Oberhausen, Germany, using the Siemens-Martin process to make steel. This process involved using open-hearth furnaces. Most open-hearth furnaces were closed by the early 1990s and replaced by the basic oxygen furnace or electric arc furnace. Illustrated around 1930-40.

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