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Old 06-02-2005 10:43:53 PM
Description: The Tod Steam Engine was built in 1914 as part of an order placed by the Brier Hill Steel Co. with the William Tod Company of Youngstown for the construction of a complete steel rolling plant. This order consisted of a steam powered blooming mill, 24 continuous mill and 24 merchant mill. The continuous and merchant mills were powered by identical cross compound stationary steam engines. Brier Hill Steel initially rolled ingots into sheet bar which were shipped to finishing mills in Niles and Warren, OH for finish rolling into steel sheets.
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