Northfleet Power Station

Northfleet Power Station

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Northfleet Power Station was a coal-fired, later oil-fired, power station on the south bank of the Thames at Northfleet, Kent. Opened in 1963, it was converted to burn oil in the early 1970s, and closed in 1991.

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