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In pictures: Industrial heritage 'at risk'

Battersea Power Station, which was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in the and was the first of a new generation of super generating stations.

It was described as a “temple of power”; ranking equal with St Paul’s Cathedral as a London landmark...

Katie Treggiden tells the history of one of our favourite London icons...

One of my favourite London landmarks has to be Battersea Power Station. I have been lucky enough to get a look up-close and inside this incredible monument and to attend a lecture from the …

Battersea Power Station. I spent the day on the roof. I love when life is surprising, bonkers and wonderful

It's been at least a few days since I uploaded a picture of my favourite power station, so here's another one.

Battersea Power Station, London, 3 January 1956. Daily Herald Archive

Battersea Power Station designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, London, England, 3 January photograph from the Daily Herald Archive (unattributed).

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Old London Bridge now crosses specially cut channel of the Colorado River in…

Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Concourse from Southwest

Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Concourse from Southwest

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Battersea, London, 1934 (Fox Photos/Getty Images)

May Battersea Power Station on the River Thames in London, designed by architect Giles Gilbert Scott. The other two towers were not added until forming the familiar four-chimneyed silhouette. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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