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Teesside Steelworks

Teesside Steelworks

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Teesside Steelworks is a large steelworks located on the south Tees, Teesside, England. It stretches from Redcar, where the largest blast furnace in Europe is located, to east Middlesbrough area. Founded by Dorman Long in 1917, the steel produced was used to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Tyne Bridge, Auckland Harbour Bridge and many others. Today steel is made further west at the Corus BOS, using iron produced at the company's Redcar blast furnace, the largest in Europe. Both sites became part of Tata Steel when Corus was taken over in 2007.