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I can't find much history about this place except it was built in the 1950s and abandoned in the 90s due to a more modern replacement being built nearby. Sadly the turbine hall has been completely gutted but the control room was absolutely pukka. A nice chilled explore with @Miss.Anthrope

 

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2. This is what used to be inside here..... (archive photo)

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3. What it looks like now. Sometimes life isn't fair. 

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9. Amazing that this is in such a good state compared to the rest of the building. 

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19. The trip wouldn't have been complete without a quick peek inside the cooling tower. 

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20. The smallest cooling tower I've seen I think! 

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Grazie mille

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Just found myself drooling over that turbine picture and now I'm sad :(

Another cracking report. The control room makes it very worthwhile. :) 

 

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On 23 September 2017 at 11:22 PM, hamtagger said:

What a cracker. I'd give it a "thumb" but i can't :( 

 

Cheers dude

 

18 hours ago, Andy said:

Great set, glad you could visit it.

Thank you :thumb  

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