This area was very red, as you can probably see. In here you can sit and listen to a commentary about getting old. I just snapped and ran. Don't need any reminding.
The ladies in V4 were getting a bit fed up as they were trying to listen intently to every word and a stream of children and itinerant snappers kept coming in and disturbing them.
Quite tricky to get a decent pic of the inside as the red light is just so strong.
Each tank has a height of 7 metres and a diameter of 30 metres. Built to hold the fuel that powered the turbines that generated electricity for a large chunk of the capital (London), and to withstand the risk of explosion, they are thick-walled and capacious, a trefoil of inside-out towers, or a castle in negative.
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