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[The Battersea Power Station]
Updated November 15 2010
This site is dedicated to a very special building among the fans of the pop group Pink Floyd. Battersea Power Station appeared on the cover of their album Animals (1977). Designed by the famous British architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, with a sumptuous Art Deco control room, Italian marble turbine hall, polished parquet floors, wrought iron staircases and the four characteristic white smokestacks it provided London with electricity between 1937 and 1980.

Today, a shadow of its past, the building awaits its future fate.
Due to having a daughter in 2005 and an unfortunate disk-crash in early 2006 where I lost a lot of photos that were waiting to be published on the website I lost the energy and inspiration to maintain the website.
On November 13, 2010 I received photos of the original blueprints for Battersea Power Station. This is a find too great to be kept from anyone interrested in this building. I'm planning to post these photos as soon as I can. Thank you again Mick for these photos, they are greatly appreciated.

/Joakim Nordlander

Latest news Wandsworth Council backs Battersea Power Station plans
(From BBC News November 12, 2010)
You have some newer news? Contact me!
Facts By Gary Goring - From BPSCG's Web Site
From Wikipedia
Personal Relation By Joakim Nordlander
Photos Pictures and photos submited by
people from all over the world.

(Validated November 15 2010)
Chinkenchiku - the Strange Architecture (in japanese)
Battersea Park Power Station (in japanese)
Anthony Jones, Brittish photographer

Organisations, commercial and govermental:
Wandsworth Borough, where Battersea is
The heritage trail
Battersea Power Station Community Group

If you have a picture or some new information about Battersea Power Station not found here don't hesitate to contact me.

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Created by Joakim Nordlander March 15 1997.
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