Houses and Fulham Power Station in Byam Street
Houses and Fulham Power Station in Byam Street
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Houses and Fulham Power Station in Byam Street
A view of two-storey terraced houses in Byam Street, Fulham, on the corner of Querrin Street, and Fulham Power Station with its four smoke-spewing chimneys in full blast in the background. It used to be a coal-fired power station but was partly demolished in 1978 for redevelopment, and partly adapted for The Big Yellow Storage Company facilities. The houses still exist. Cars parked along both streets.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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