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Correspondence on Halifax Cooling Towers
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On Sunday 24 March 1974, one of the two cooling towers in the middle of Halifax had its legs cut by blasting but it did not fall, and it now remains sitting on its bottom edge leaning in the correct predetermined direction. J.H.A. Crockett

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