Battersea Power Station by Ian Tyas

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The Gothic-style towers of Battersea Power Station on London’s River Thames were built between 1929 and 1935. It is now a grade two listed building. Designed by leading architect Giles Scott, the impressive building closed in the early 1980s. It is now being repurposed. The redevelopment of the site intends to position the Power Station as the central focus of the regenerated 40-acre site, housing a blend of shops, cafes, restaurants, art and leisure facilities, office space, and residential accommodation 9th July 1981 photograph by Ian Tyas Keystone Press Hulton /Getty. 9th July 1981

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The Gothic-style towers of Battersea Power Station on London’s River Thames were built between 1929 and 1935. It is now a grade two listed building. Designed by leading architect Giles Scott, the impressive building closed in the early 1980s. It is now being repurposed. The redevelopment of the site intends to position the Power Station as the central focus of the regenerated 40-acre site, housing a blend of shops, cafes, restaurants, art and leisure facilities, office space, and residential accommodation 9th July 1981 photograph by Ian Tyas Keystone Press Hulton /Getty. 9th July 1981