The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Features Of The 206” Mill
Rolls — 34” diameter work rolls (3 tons each) and 50” diameter backup rolls (60 tons each)
Rolling — ingots up to 90,000 pounds, plates up to 192” in width
Capacity — a weekly rolling capacity of up to 4,000 tons
Power — a 20,000 horse power twin tandem compound steam engine
Housings — made of steel, built in four parts, over 42 feet tall
Labor — transfer tables reduced the amount of manual labor

Photograph: The 206" Mill — Hagley Museum and Library