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Old Fremantle Power Station: Lower Level, East Side, Jan 1 2012
Australia

The Heritage Council of WA states: South Fremantle Power Station is a former coal-fired electric power generating installation. The surviving Main Building, now stripped of all plant, equipment and services, remains aesthetically significant; the building demonstrates the strong expression of a structure specifically designed for an industrial process. It was the second and largest purpose-built thermal power station in Western Australia.

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Uploaded: 05/02/2012
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