The Economic History of Steelmaking, 1867-1939: A Study in Competition

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Appendix III
PRODUCTION OF IRON ORE BY KIND AND DISTRICT, 1860-1937, TOGETHER WITH ESTIMATES OF ORE RESERVES1
Reserves
Annual output (000 tons)(000,000 tons)
1860 1880 1913 1937ActualProbable
West Coast hematite:
Cumberland46914911361737 (51)*4072
Lancashire5211267406120 (54)518
Jurassic ironstones:
Cleveland1471648760172037 (29)190151
Lincolnshire17115526414386 (22)335†673†
Northants96155029163844 (32)‡5071155
Leicestershire--
6
528461069
851
(25)§102158
Oxfordshire681537337840
Coal measure ironstones:
N. Staffs.
S. Staffs.
738
786
1350
363
891141 (33)
8 (33)
364
11
940
63
Scotland2150265965223 (30)877
Salop1662772------
Derbyshire376150--1567∥13∥
Yorkshire, West Riding25628722399¶154¶
S. Wales591278--------
N. Wales8541--------
Warwickshire2018--------
Other occurrences:
Cornwall2416--------
Devonshire413--------
Somersetshire24291------
Wilts76686----6
Gloucestershire909281----
Northumberland and
Durham
1241--------
S. Wales and Mon-
mouthshire
406655260--8
Total**8024180261599714215
*The figures in brackets show the average iron content in 1937.
†For N. Lincs. (Frodingham) the figures were 260, 238.
‡For Inferior Oolites of Northants, Lincs. and Rutland.
§For Middle Lias of S. Lincs., Leicestershire, Oxfordshire and Northants.
∥For Derby and Notts. ¶"Other Districts."
**Including a few items not listed.
1Output data for 1860 and 1880 from R. Meade, op. cit., pp. 826-7, where they
are reproduced from the official Mineral Statistics; for 1913 and 1937 from Annual
Reports of the Secretary for Mines
. Reserves from Report of the Imperial Mineral Resources
Bureau on Iron Ore
( 1920).

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