Center for Metal Arts ‘biggest thing in the world’ for blacksmiths

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The ground shook on Saturday as a 10-ton steam hammer came down on a glowing orange steel billet, giving those standing around the colossus the feeling that 160 years of steel-making history were being resurrected.

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