National Geographic : 1959 Mar
Iron ore spouts from conveyer belt to ship at Sept Iles, Quebec, ship ping point for vast fields developed since World War II. Canal author ities believe high-grade ore for Great Lakes fur naces will account for a third of all Seaway ton nage. The conveyer moves from hold to hold on dockside rails. Molten aluminum streams from crucible to pig molds at Aluminum Company of America's Massena smelting works. Men sweep skim from the silvery liquid, which reaches temperatures of 1,600° F. Alcoa and neighboring U. S. indus tries will absorb a quar ter of Moses-Saunders Powerdam's output. 324 EKTACHROMEBY MALAK(ABOVE) AND KODACHROMEBY NATIONALGEOGRAPHICPHOTOGRAPHERROBERTF. SISSON © N.G.S.