Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Richborough Power Station, going going gone.

The council have decided Richborough power station is to go between March and November. 
     When it was fuelled with orimulsion people complained that it damaged the paintwork on cars parked near it, makes you wonder what breathing the fumes did to people.
 

7 comments:

  1. If they are right about global warming Luke also part of the cause of the end of an era.

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  3. Very true. I'm going to do a blog post about this tomorrow. Ultimately, my sadness about seeing the towers go and joining that Facebook group to save them was really only for sentimental reasons, given the fact that my Grandad used to work there.

    Other than that, I see no entirely legitimate reason to keep them. I remain a pragmatist about this really. Some environmental activists are even joining the campaign but their arguments just don't seem to wash in my opinion, considering the role Richborough power station played in polluting the very environment they claim to be defending. Seems like a contradiction in terms.

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  4. I imagined they could paint the towers and stick some concrete flowers in the top.

    It would give me a laugh if nothing else.

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  5. They could have been turned into a helter skelter- who needs Dreamland?

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  6. Can't they get Hamish Fulton to walk around the top of them?

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