Ironbridge B Power Station – Cooling Towers

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Ironbridge Power Station Cooling Towers

Aerial image of Ironbridge's Cooling Towers
Aerial image of Ironbridge’s Cooling Towers

The cooling towers at Ironbridge B were unique in that they were constructed using concrete that had a red pigment added to give the towers a pinky hue. A great deal of effort had been taken to ensure the power station would blend into the surrounding as much as possible, and as part of this effort the decision was made to colour the cooling towers to match the surrounding soil colour.

 

 

Cooling Tower Pictures

Documents and Schematics

Circulating water system showing position of cooling towers and water connections
Circulating water system showing position of cooling towers and water connections

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