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Name:Greenwich Power Station
Dates:1906 - ?
NotesPower Station 
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Current allocation: 0 
All vehicles allocated: 1 *
Sightings logged: 7
Photos at location: 0 
Previous location: Greenford Station 
Next location: Griffith House, Marylebone 
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RayHoskins Street, SE10. 01-858 0140 & 01-858 2393.Sat 23/06/2007, 22:19
DamonStill standing and very much alive and well. Although dormant now, Greenwich can be brought on full load in three minutes once the remaining gas turbines have been fired up. It only supplies domestic power for station lighting etc. for the Underground now and NOT traction current. This was the LCC's power station for the trams and stands on the site of a horse tram shed and stables. If you're ever lucky enough to see inside it's like a Catherdral and very spooky.
Note: Edited by Damon Cross, 01/06/07, 18:23.
Fri 01/06/2007, 18:22

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