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    Well we really lucked out with this one!

    What's the only thing that could make an already epic location even more epic? A liberal covering of the cold white stuff of course!

    I covered the main power station last year but we missed the cooling tower, now it is complete















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    Very nice, great photos. How about Didcot next.
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    Didcot one day...it did produce it's last megawatt today though!
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