Looking down into the turbine hall of a long empty powerstation. Once upon a time it provided comfort and warmth to thousands of people. Today it stands empty, the stacks are long gone and the machinery stripped out. Inside is so quiet and loney. Fuji Sensia 100
Rayne Laurel   2005-04-26 16:00
I Just think this is a really great shot! Love the Theme.. Love the Depth.. Nice One!
kipod doker   2005-05-16 16:00
Great shot! Is this the Tubine Hall of the Tate Gallery in London?
Pizzy   2005-05-19 16:00
An old one but definitely a good one! Hadnt noticed it all that much till someone else pointed it out.
dsankt   2005-05-20 16:00
Nope, it's in Queensland Australia. Though if it were this is quite probably the only gallery I'll ever be in.
Pizzy   2005-05-25 16:00
Really 2.8?
dsankt   2005-05-26 16:00
Of course the lens is f2.8... it wasn't shot at f2.8 though. I've a feeling it was 30 seconds.
Scope   2005-09-23 16:00
Where abouts in Queensland is that? I'd love to get in there and take some photos.
james   2006-05-14 16:00
bro alsowm like a base for anti-political movments
JCMarshall_Law   2006-06-04 16:00
I guessing this is the Tennyson Power station, I'm posting because I went there, just one last look before it is all gone. It is being demolished very quickly, looks nothing like that now. Dudes where are the photos.... Remember me???
rico   2010-01-08 15:43
does this place still exist?
senorclean   2010-09-22 02:54
Unfortunately no, it has been demolished to make way for lame apartments (which roughly look like it) and a tennis stadium.
man guy   2011-09-05 14:35
all gone. was such a beautiful place to have a look around though
dsankt   2011-09-05 16:29
Agreed, must have been excellent when the turbines and generators were all still there.


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