Meaford Power Station and Darlaston Bridge, near Stone

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Date:1950 - 1959 (c.)

Description:Meaford Power Station, situated on the River Trent, was first commissioned in 1948 and was a coal-fired power station. Both the Meaford A (1948) and Meaford B (commissioned 1955) stations can be seen, distinguished by the five 250ft cooling towers. The larger B station was decommissioned in late 1990 and was demolished between 1991 and 1996. The smaller A station had been decommissioned in 1974 and demolished in 1982. The site has now been adapted as a business park, though a new Meaford Energy Centre is to begin construction in the near future.

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Donor ref:p.2019.21.0109 (37/40281)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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