Plant - Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station -
The view from the roof to the chimney and part of the London
The first of this type of plant and the largest in Europe the building of brick (until today). It was built in 1939 and designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect of minutes. the Cathedral in Liverpool, the building of the Tate Modern, or at least the red phone booths. The photo was taken on the roof of an abandoned power plant and demonstrates its two chimneys and part of a magnificent view over London.
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An abandoned power plant in London and Europe's largest building made of brick. Built in 1939, the project G. Scott. See photos, information and history.
To see the full description, history and all the photos of this abandoned place, click here: Battersea Power Station.
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