'High Merit': Existing English Post-War Coal and Oil-Fired Power Stations in Context
By Jonathan Clarke
Jonathan Clarke carried out this research over the course of 2013. The work was originally commissioned by English Heritage - now Historic England - as scoping work for the National Heritage Protection Plan's Responsive Designation activity. Where the report refers to the work of English Heritage, these functions are now carried out by Historic England.
- Historical overview of the Post-War electrical generating industry.
- Historical overview of cooling towers
- Recommendations for further research.
- Bibliography of Post-War coal-fired power stations and cooling towers
- Appendix 1: Tabulated summary of extant coal-fired power station in England
- Appendix 2: Minutes of the Royal fine art commission on power stations included in Appendix 1
- Appendix 3: Supplementary research on England's surviving post-war oil- fired power stations
- Appendix 4: Tabulated summary of extant oil-fired power stations in England
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: Main report: 43; Appendices: 43
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