Half A Station
- from our story '‘The Cathedral of Electrons’ – The Story of Battersea Power Station'
11th May 1934: Battersea Power Station on the River Thames in London, designed by architect Giles Gilbert Scott. The other two towers were not added until 1953, forming the familiar four-chimneyed silhouette. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
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