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|Lots Road Power Station became operational in 1905 (it was claimed at that time to be the largest power station ever built) and would eventually power most of the railways and tramways in the Underground Electric Railways group (later London Underground). It was shutdown in 2002 and is being converted into shops restaurants and apartments.||02/11/2006||493|
|Ratcliffe-On-Soar Power Station, near Nottingham, a conventional coal-fired power station.||08/05/2005||696|
|The William H. Zimmer Power Station, located near Moscow, Ohio, was originally intended to be a boiling water reactor type of nuclear power plant. Although once estimated to be 97% complete, poor construction and quality assurance (QA) led to the plant being converted to coal-fired generation. Today, the plant is generates 1400 gross MWe and 1300 net MWe. Zimmer Power Station is the largest sin...||03/16/2008||862|
|Annotated vertical aerial photograph taken during a 'Circus' operation by No. 2 Group aircraft, showing an attack on the power station at Comines, France. Explosions and smoke are rising from direct hits on the boiler house, the pump house and the circulating water pipes of the power station (bottom). Direct hits on workers' houses can also be seen within the marked rectangle (middle). 24 Brist...||08/17/2008||560|
|Snow and ice serve to accent human activities in this photograph taken by the Space Shuttle mission STS-98.The Souris River stretches across the photograph from left to right, with the upstream Rafferty Dam Reservoir frozen over on the far left. Two power plants, the Boundary Dam Power Station and the Shand Power Station, can be identified by the smoke plumes and shadows of those plumes. The ri...||10/30/2005||516|
|This is a very large coal burning power plant in eastern Kazakhstan, with what is reported to be the tallest chimney in the world (420m). There should be another station very similar nearby, called GRES-1, although I can't locate it myself. This power station is just north of the worlds largest open-cast coal mine, the Bogatyr mine.||08/04/2005||664|
|The water-cooling towers of this pretty-old power station in Cape Town can be seen for ages. Just across the road from a sewage-processing plant, it's not the nicest area to live in.||09/12/2005||603|
|Didcot power station near Oxford. It runs on sawdust and coal !||01/05/2006||327|
|The solar power station Espenhain is in a former open mining with Espenhain (in Saxonia) established a solar power station. This power station is a Photovoltaik plant. |
It is solar a community project of the citizens of Berlin project development company Geosol and the Shell AG. On that 16 hectares large areas supply 33,500 solar modules a total output of approximately five megaw...
|The Nuclear power station Oskarshamn is one of three active nuclear power stations in Sweden. The plant is about 30 kilometers north of Oskarshamn directly at the Kalmarsund at the Baltic Sea coast and with three reactors produces about 10% of the electricity needs for Sweden. All reactors use BWR technology.|
Unit 1 has an installed output of 487 MW, block 2 had 627 MW. Unit 3, w...
|The second nuclear power station in Taiwan.||10/28/2006||630|
|Battersea Power Station in London. This is now a historical building of great interest. Under renovation now.||08/23/2005||1,452|