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Battersea Power Station.
21st September 2013.
(opened as part of Open House London 2013)

and 30th October 2021.

This iconic grade II listed building was built as two power stations to a matching design.
Battersea A was built in the 1930s and Battersea B in the 1950s.
Both stations were coal powered and ceased working in 1983.
The building is the largest brick built structure in Europe.

Inside the Boiler House.

Looking into Turbine Hall A.

Inside Turbine Hall B.

The dockside cranes.

30th October 2021.
Battersea Power Station regeneration.

The entrance to the new Battersea Power Station station.

There are a few more pictures here

Read the story behind the visit to the power station here

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Photographs © Peter Boulter 2013 & 2021

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