Reat, D. (2009) Inverkip power station. C20: the magazine of the Twentieth Century Society.
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Architectural review of Inverkip Power Station. Inverkip power station is an oil-fired power station located on the eastern shore of the Firth of Clyde on the west coast of Scotland - between Inverkip and Wemyss Bay in Inverclyde. The coastal location meant the station could draw its cooling water from the sea, obviating the need for the large parabolic towers normally associated with such installations. Resultantly, the most imposing feature of the station is its 778 foot (236 m) high chimney - the third tallest chimney in the UK, and Scotland's tallest freestanding structure.
|Keywords:||architecture, power stations, review, Architecture, Architecture , Energy Engineering and Power Technology|
|Subjects:||Fine Arts > Architecture|
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Depositing user:||Miss Claire Hyland|
|Date Deposited:||15 Jan 2010 15:22|
|Last modified:||03 Apr 2017 05:37|