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View of the Carbon Room - Washing Bowls - picture undated
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View of the Carbon Room - Washing Bowls - picture undated
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View of the Carbon Room - Washing Bowls and Furnace at left rear - picture undated
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View of the Carbon Room - Electric Furnace - picture undated
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Anthracite, prepared for processing, shown alongside "Carbon Granules" ready for use in inset Transmitters. Picture dated 1949
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David Simpson, engaged upon the washing stage in the manufacture of carbon granules. Picture dated 1949
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Mrs A. Dynstee, hand sieving carbon granules after the final firing. Picture dated 1949
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David Simpson, loading oven with crucibles of Anthracite for the first firing. Picture dated 1949
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David Simpson, removing crucible of carbon granules from electric furnace after final firing. Picture dated 1949
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David Simpson, placing the carbon granules in the centrifuge for rapid drying. Picture dated 1949
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Mrs Dynstie empties crushed Anthracite on to a machine sieze for seperation into standard granule sizes
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General view of Carbon Room showing Mr Findlay (Superintendant) in the foreground

 
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