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The largest brick building of it’s time (1930s Battersea A, 1950s Battersea B) Grade II listed, it ceased generating in 1983. Features on the cover of Pink Floyd’s album ‘Animals’ and Beatles film ‘Help’.  Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960) who also designed the red telephone box and Waterloo Bridge. For more info: http://nineelmslondon.com/features/the-history-of-battersea-power-station

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The building site within.

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I thought there was a last Christmas market there yesterday … there wasn’t

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Along the foreshore at low tide

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The Western Pumping Station opposite

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Looking up … at a huge glass building next door

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Frames within frames – the marketing office

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Balloons in the trees in a community garden nearby

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A man with a big fish

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Looking back along the river