Pig Iron


Release Date: May 1, 2010

Status: Released

Running time: 30m

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Iron is heated in a blast furnace to make pig iron, which is used to make steel. The process of making steel is continuous. Pig iron is moved from the blast furnace to the steel plant. The remote control operates the trains.

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