Bankside Power Station under construction, London, 29 August 1952.
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'A new power station is being built on the South Bank side of the River Thames in London. It is being built so that some of the heavy burden now being borne by the famous Battersea Power Station can be shed to the new station. An angle view of the tower of the new power station'. Bankside Power Station, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was later converted into the Tate Modern art gallery. Photograph by Jack Davies.