The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 38 (1960) > Issues > Issue 2 > Brinsworth Steel Strip Mill Part I
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Brinsworth Steel Strip Mill Part I

The demand for steel strip has increased much more in recent years than that for other forms of steel, and as part of the national plan for development, the Steel, Peech and Tozer branch of United Steel Companies Ltd., put in hand in late 1954 a scheme to provide a new strip mill at Brinsworth. Donovan H. Lee and G. 0. Kee