Panoramas of classic power-plant control rooms

Boingboing published two 360 Cities panoramas of power-plant control rooms. From the article:

Jeffrey sez, “I’ve got two fantastic power plants to show you, in 360 spherical photography. First let’s travel back to the 1950’s or so. Photographed by our member Noel Jenkins, he says, “The control room of the substation at Lea Marston, Warwickshire, is the only surviving building following the demolition of the three coal fired power stations that made up the huge Hams Hall power station complex. …

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(thanks Cory!)

2 thoughts on “Panoramas of classic power-plant control rooms

  1. Hi I´m a brasilian journalist and I´m writing an article about 360 cities.

    I want to use an image to ilustrate it, can you send me a hi res pci of Praga to use in it?

    Thanks

    Kariny Grativol
    Editora Globo

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