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The demolition of Deptford Power Station.

The demolition of Deptford Power Station.
Demolition of Deptford Power Station.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H2565
Description: This sequence of photographs shows the gradual destruction and collapse of the chimney stacks at Deptford Power Station in 1992. The station was built in 1889 by Sebastian de Ferranti, engineer to the London Electricity Supply Corporation and one of the great pioneers of the use of electricity.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 1992
Credit line: Greenwich Local History Library collection.
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