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Under the Fermilab Proton Pagoda
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This building is no longer used. In the past it was an important part of Fermilab. From their information: "The Pagoda is glassed on four sides and rises some 30 feet from the ground, making it the best place from which to see the entire outlying experimental areas. From the vantage point of the control deck of the Pagoda a 360° view is possible. But the three experimental halls controlled from the Pagoda -- P-East, P-Center, and P--West -- lie buried deep underground."
Copyright: Richard Drew
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Uploaded: 26/06/2012
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