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|The 2005 Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal fire was caused by a series of explosions early on the morning of 11 December 2005. The terminal, generally known as the Buncefield Depot, is an oil storage facility located near the M1 motorway on the edge of Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, England. These were some of the largest explosions ever to occur in the country, and the incident has been de...||07/04/2007||784|
|The Magic Roundabout in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England is the familiar name given to a complex road junction also known as the Moor End or Plough roundabout. The name comes from a similar junction in Swindon, whose name is derived from the children's television series The Magic Roundabout. |
It was constructed in 1973 to reduce the congestion at the original standard layo...
|Military Fuel Depot Wardenburg||04/26/2006||340|
|Gadebridge Roman Villa was a chance discovery in 1962 of a Roman villa near Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England. It was excavated in 1963-68 under the direction of David S. Neal.|
|The drama began shortly before 2pm on Sunday on a remote industrial estate. Members of the family-run company fled after discovering a fire had broken out. At first, 10 fire engines and crews were dispatched, but more officers were called in as the scale of the blaze became apparent. The biggest explosion, which residents compared to a bomb going off, was at about 3pm. The explosions at the de...||12/12/2006||645|
| The Magic Roundabout in Colchester, Essex, England, is similar to the roundabouts in Swindon and Hemel Hempstead with the same name. It is located between the Hythe and Greenstead areas of the town, with the A133, The Avenue of Remembrance; Avon Way; Greenstead Road and Eastern Approaches to The Hythe. Its official name is Greenstead Roundabout.|
The Colchester roundabout lacks t...
|The UK is covered by several underground fuel pipeline networks, including the Government Pipeline & Storage System. The GPSS supplies all fuels to the UK and US military in the UK. The two main depots involved in the storage and supply of these fuels are at West Moors near Wimbourne in Dorset and Padworth Common between the Aldermaston and Burghfield nuclear warhead factories. Fuel is stored i...||07/04/2007||596|
|Locations of the series of happened explosions July 5 2007 in the state of Guanajuato||07/17/2007||582|
|Cricklewood Depot, North London, UK|
Sadly this railway depot is nothing more than a few carrage sidings.
Cricklewood was a large maintenance and train crew depot five miles out of St Pancras on the old Midland Railway mainline to the north. Electrification and the eventual development of Thameslink means that the trains are maintained at Hornsea.
It's last use was a...
|this depot is located in Great Falls.||03/08/2006||580|
|Here is the US Military's underwater explosions test pond in at Briar Point Test Pond, Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Just a few miles from my house in Maryland. http://www.dt.navy.mil/sites/uerd/briarpoint.html||07/17/2005||2,034|
|HIFAR (High Flux Australian Reactor) was Australia's first nuclear reactor. It was built at the Australian Atomic Energy Commission (later ANSTO) Research Establishment at Lucas Heights.|
Based on the DIDO reactor at Harwell in the UK, it is cooled and moderated by heavy water, and the fuel is enriched uranium metal. There is also a graphite neutron reflector surrounding the core. It is u...