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Berkeley


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 332 times

Bradwell


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 282 times

Calder Hall


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 277 times

Chapelcross


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 282 times

Douneray


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3 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 320 times

Dungeness


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2 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 267 times

Hartlepool


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 269 times

Heysham


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2 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 284 times

Hinkley Point


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1 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 261 times

Hunterston


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2 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2005
Album viewed 271 times

Oldbury


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4 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 259 times

Sellafield


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There are over 200 nuclear facilities at the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria, UK.

7 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 371 times

Sizewell


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Sizewell's two Nuclear power stations; the first building is Sizewell A a Magnox gas cooled reactor whilst the second building with the white dome is Sizewell B, Britain's only PWR (Pressurised Water Reactor).

12 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 357 times

Torness


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7 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 287 times

Trawsfynydd


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Trawsfynydd Power Station lies within the boundaries of a National Park of considerable beauty and is located on the northern bank of Llyn Trawsfynydd.

Following the decomissioning of the plant, the existing building structure is to be reduced in height and encased in a new 'Safestore' envelope. The objective is to reduce and in some cases eliminate the buildings impact within the National Park.

The Safestore structure is to provide an aesthetically acceptable, cost effective means of long term, secure storage for specific radioactive materials and structures. As well as minimising the visual impact of the site.

4 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 720 times

Windscale


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In 1957, the graphite moderator of one of the air-cooled plutonium production reactors at Windscale (now Sellafield), had a fire which resulted in the first significant release of radioactive material from a reactor. The reactor served a second purpose at the time - production of Po-210 (polonium) from bismuth. Po-210 was also released. These gas cooled reactors were operated by the British government at the time.

22 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2006
Album viewed 499 times

Winfrith


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8 files, last one added on Jul 08, 2006
Album viewed 262 times

Wylfa


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4 files, last one added on Jul 10, 2006
Album viewed 285 times

 

 

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The Sellafield nuclear plant in Cumbria.Jul 10, 2006



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