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Some points of structural interest at Calder Hall 'A' nuclear power station

The development of atomic reactors as an alternative source of power for use in electricity generating stations led to the design and construction, by the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, of Calder Hall ‘ A ’ Nuclear Power Station which is situated on the opposite bank of the River Calder to the Authority’s Windscale Works in Cumberland. W. S. Watts

Author(s): Watts, W S

Keywords: calder hall power station, cumberland;nuclear energy;road bridges;raft foundations;radiation shields;roofs;industrial buildings;construction work;cooling towers