Electricity Generating Stations Discussion on Mr. B.A.E. Hiley's Paper
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Electricity Generating Stations Discussion on Mr. B.A.E. Hiley's Paper

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Electricity Generating Stations Discussion on Mr. B.A.E. Hiley's Paper
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Mr. HILEY, in presenting the paper, showed many illustrations of the installations described, together with a coloured film showing the progress of the work at Uskmouth, which included aerial views of the station.

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