Nuclear power station turbine hall

Nuclear power station turbine hall

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Caption: Nuclear power station turbine hall. Within the casing (red) are turbines that are used to generate electricity using steam produced using energy from the nuclear reactor. This turbine hall is part of the Kola nuclear power station, located in Russia's far north-west, near Polyarnye Zori in the Murmansk region. This power station's two reactors went online in 1973 and 1974. Photographed in 1974.

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