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Ferrybridge power station is situated on the River Aire, in West Yorkshire. It is the third coal-fired power station to be built on the site since 1924. The power station, often referred to as 'Ferrybridge C', first fed electricity into the national grid in February of 1966. Following a comprehensive review of its coal-fired power stations, SSE has taken the difficult decision to close Ferrybridge Power Station by 31st March 2016. Costs at the 48-year-old power station have been rising due its age and environmental legislation, and it is forecast to lose Â£100m over the next five years. This financial situation, combined with the political consensus that coal has a limited role in the future, means keeping the station open is not sustainable Ferrybridge C has two 198m (650ft) high chimneys and eight 115m (380ft) high cooling tower, which are the largest of their kind in Europe. Unit One (490MW) and Unit Two (490MW) at Ferrybridge power station were opted out of the Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD), and turned off once they used up their allowed 20,000 operating hours at the end of March 2014. Unit Three (490MW) and Unit Four (490MW) have been retrofitted with Flue-gas Desulphurisation (FGD) technology to enable them to comply with the LCPD. They have also been opted-in to the Transitional National Plan under the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) which provides a number of alternative options for how they will operate through to at least the end of June 2020. SSE has not made a decision on how the plant will operate and this will depend on market conditions and the effects of any future capacity mechanism. Having lived within throwing distance of Ferrybridge nearly all my life and passing it god knows how many times I had always wanted to see the inside, obviously I have seen pictures of it before but seeing it with my own eyes was pretty epic, and standing on top of the cooling towers was pretty special! I got rather lucky with this one I was in my dads shop when I got talking to a boss from the power station and he offered to let me go and have a look around the place, I snapped up the chance and headed over asap! Big thanks to him as he took most of the day off to show me around Very pic heavy The control room looked like the inside of a UFO (not that I've been in one ) Continued below