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The U.K. blew up an old power station, and it was pretty cool

This video shows the demolition of the mothballed Grain Power Station in the U.K.

September 7, 2016  by Canadian Staff

Kent, U.K.—The Grain Power Station in Kent used to be a CCGT power station and, according to Wikipedia, was former oil-fired power station in Kent, England, with operational capacity of 1,275 megawatts owned by E.ON UK.

Now it’s a pile of rubble and we all get to watch:


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