Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station

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Caption: Battersea Power Station, London, England. This is a famous London landmark on the south bank of the River Thames. It has been a derelict site awaiting redevelopment since power generation ceased in 1983. It is actually two power stations (each with two chimneys), the first being completed in 1933, and the second in 1955. The distinctive exterior appearance was designed by architect Giles Gilbert Scott. Battersea Power Station is now a listed building, part of the UK's architectural heritage. There are plans to redevelop the site, while still preserving the existing building.

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