The underground history of some of Duluth’s most notable sewers, drains, and substreet creeks.
The R.L. Hearn Generating Station served Toronto from the early 1950s through the 1990s. The first thing you’ll notice is the smokestack; the last thing you’ll notice is how much time you’ve spent inside. Good thing the Turbine Hall has a clock…
The stacks wouldn’t be visible through the mist anyway, if they weren’t demolished. This is how I came to know Lakeview Power Station, one of the last giant Ontario coal-fired power plants.
I take a below-freezing tour of a rail yard power station that dates back to 1924, a double-stacker that stands out in a small town.