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"Unleashing the Power: A Journey Through the World of Electricity" Pylon line Norfolk UK: Standing tall

Background imageElectricity Collection: Pylon line Norfolk UK

Pylon line Norfolk UK
PM-10183 Pylon line Norfolk UK Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity pylons at daybreak, Derbyshire / Nottinghamshire border, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Electricity pylons at daybreak, Derbyshire / Nottinghamshire border, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Electricity pylons at daybreak, Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Portishead Power Station JEH_22046_45

Portishead Power Station JEH_22046_45
Portishead B Power Station, Somerset. Opened in 1955 it originally had four oil fired and eight coal-fired boilers. It closed in 1982 and its chimneys were demolished in 1992

Background imageElectricity Collection: Tesla Coil - Twain

Tesla Coil - Twain
TESLAs COIL Author Mark Twain holds a loop over a resonating coil : high- tension current passes through his body before it brings the lamps to incandescence

Background imageElectricity Collection: Sizewell A Magnox nuclear power station, now closed, on the left

Sizewell A Magnox nuclear power station, now closed, on the left, and the newer B with pressurised water reactor, Sizewell, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Ferrybridge Power Station, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Ferrybridge Power Station, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson

New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson
New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Paintings of power stations (artists in brackets): Cliff Quay, near Ipswich, Suffolk (Norman Wilkinson); Poole

Background imageElectricity Collection: Lea Hall Colliery and Rugeley A Power Station, Staffordshire, 1963

Lea Hall Colliery and Rugeley A Power Station, Staffordshire, 1963. Lea Hall was the first colliery planned and sunk by the National Coal Board (NCB) and work began in 1954

Background imageElectricity Collection: Tilbury Power Station 29649_050

Tilbury Power Station 29649_050
Tilbury B Power Station, Essex. Coal-fired power station built in 1961. In 2011 an attempt was made to convert to biomass but the power station has since been decommissioned. Photographed in May 2015

Background imageElectricity Collection: Graphene sheet, artwork C016 / 8274

Graphene sheet, artwork C016 / 8274
Graphene sheet. Computer artwork showing the molecular structure of a graphene sheet. Graphene is a single layer of graphite

Background imageElectricity Collection: England, Northumberland, Electricity Pylons

England, Northumberland, Electricity Pylons
England, Northumberland, Seaton Delaval. Electricity Pylons carrying electricity through Southern Northumberland

Background imageElectricity Collection: Hinkley Point 27466_007

Hinkley Point 27466_007
Hinkley Point A Nuclear Power Station, Somerset. The two main buildings each housed Magnox reactors. The power station was shut down in 1999 and is currently being decommissioned

Background imageElectricity Collection: North Sea at night, satellite image

North Sea at night, satellite image
North Sea at night. Black marble satellite image of the North Sea at night. Lights from ships and flares from gas and oil platforms can be seen. On land, more densely populated areas are brighter

Background imageElectricity Collection: Standard electrical circuit symbols

Standard electrical circuit symbols. Diagram of standard symbols used to represent electrical equipment in electrical circuit diagrams. The symbols are arranged in six rows of sets of three

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity pylon at Wendover

Electricity pylon at Wendover, Buckinghamshire For commercial use please contact Photoslot at website:photoslot email: info@photoslot skype: photoslot

Background imageElectricity Collection: Drax coal fired power station, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Drax coal fired power station, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish

WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish
WW2 poster, The worker who left the lights on -- Don t be fuel-ish. Wasted electricity means less fuel to make the weapons we need for victory

Background imageElectricity Collection: Ordnance Survey map of north Sheffield copied by the Germans, and marked with bombing targets

Ordnance Survey map of north Sheffield copied by the Germans, and marked with bombing targets
Original at Sheffield Local Studiess 26 M/4

Background imageElectricity Collection: Bolts of electricity discharging in the lab of Nikola Tesla

Bolts of electricity discharging in the lab of Nikola Tesla
Inventor and scientist Nikola Tesla in his lab while his magnifying transmitter high voltage generator produces bolts of electricity. December 1899

Background imageElectricity Collection: Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07

Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07
Ironbridge Gorge and Buildwas Power Station, Shropshire. The cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Abraham Darby established his iron works at Coalbrookdale in 1708

Background imageElectricity Collection: Three Mile Island nuclear power station

Three Mile Island nuclear power station, seen from across the Susquehanna River at night. This power station was the site of a nuclear accident on the 28th March 1979

Background imageElectricity Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Distinctive London landmark designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. IoE 207028

Background imageElectricity Collection: Lightning storm

Lightning storm

Background imageElectricity Collection: ITER fusion research reactor

ITER fusion research reactor, computer artwork. ITER, the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, is being designed to test the principles surrounding the generation of power from nuclear

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity pylon

Electricity pylon

Background imageElectricity Collection: 1778 Benjamin Franklin scientist

1778 Benjamin Franklin scientist
Benjamin Franklin, scientist, inventor, and US Founding Father (January 17 1706 - April 17 1790). Steel engraving by J. Thompson 1834 with later colouring, after 1778 painting by Duplessis

Background imageElectricity Collection: Pylon line Norfolk, UK

Pylon line Norfolk, UK
PM-10182 Pylon line Norfolk, UK Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageElectricity Collection: Nuclear power station, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Nuclear power station, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Cooling towers at the Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Cooling towers at the Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Cooling towers, Radcliffe on Soar Power Station, domestic housing in foreground

Cooling towers, Radcliffe on Soar Power Station, domestic housing in foreground, Trent Valley, Nottinghamshire, England, UK, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Plasma disc

Plasma disc
Photograph of so-called plasma disc producing bright blue and purple flashes. Different from a plasma sphere, a plasma disc consist of a flat glass plate containing a phosphor layer

Background imageElectricity Collection: Gardiner Windmill, East Hampton, The Hamptons, Long Island, New York State

Gardiner Windmill, East Hampton, The Hamptons, Long Island, New York State, United States of America, North America

Background imageElectricity Collection: Wind farm N090477

Wind farm N090477
WIND TURBINES, Kent. Detailed view of two wind turbines that form a small part of the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm

Background imageElectricity Collection: Pylons and the Sizewell A nuclear power station on the right, now closed

Pylons and the Sizewell A nuclear power station on the right, now closed, and the domed Sizewell B pressurised water reactor, Sizewell, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageElectricity Collection: Historic

Historic
MAXWELL, James Clerk (Edinburgh, 1831-Cambridege, 1879). Scottish physicist. Noted for his work on magnetism and electricity

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity transmission pylons and overhead wires, crossing over snow covered farmland at sunset

Electricity transmission pylons and overhead wires, crossing over snow covered farmland at sunset, Dorset, England, december

Background imageElectricity Collection: Wind turbines

Wind turbines silhouetted at sunset. Wind turbines can be used to generate electricity from wind on a commercial scale. Wind power is an important environmentally-friendly alternative to fossil

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity substation

Electricity substation
Electricity distribution. View of transformers at an electrical substation. The substation takes electricity at the voltage of the distribution grid

Background imageElectricity Collection: Indian Point nuclear power station

Indian Point nuclear power station at night, seen from across the Hudson River. This is the Indian Point Energy Centre (IPEC), a 3-unit pressurised water reactor nuclear power station

Background imageElectricity Collection: Calder Hall Power Stn

Calder Hall Power Stn
Calder Hall Nuclear Power Station, Cumbria, England, Britains first, it opened in 1956. The first in the world to produce electricity on a commercial scale. Closed 2003

Background imageElectricity Collection: American Falls at Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, New York State, United States of America

American Falls at Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, New York State, United States of America, North America

Background imageElectricity Collection: Windmills generating electricity near Palm Springs

Windmills generating electricity near Palm Springs, California, United States of America, North America

Background imageElectricity Collection: Exterior of the Athenaeum Hotel

Exterior of the Athenaeum Hotel, the first building in the world to be lit by Thomas Edisons electric light bulb in 1879, Chautauqua, New York State, United States of America (USA), North America

Background imageElectricity Collection: Electricity / Voltaic Pile

Electricity / Voltaic Pile
VOLTAIC PILE The first workable device for generating a consistent flow of electricity, invented in 1799 by Alessandro Volta

Background imageElectricity Collection: National Electric Grid

National Electric Grid
Part of Britains National Grid, this is the sub-station at Yoker, near Glasgow, Scotland. The tower is 90 metres tall and carries the lines across the Clyde

Background imageElectricity Collection: LIGHTNING ROD UMBRELLA. Line engraving, French, 1873

LIGHTNING ROD UMBRELLA. Line engraving, French, 1873

Background imageElectricity Collection: Illustration of Ferranti testing 10, 000V cable V510 / 0013

Illustration of Ferranti testing 10, 000V cable V510 / 0013
19th Century power transmission. Illustration showing Sebastian Ziani de Ferranti (1864-1930) testing his 10, 000 Volt cable in 1890

Background imageElectricity Collection: Early electronic valve, diagram

Early electronic valve, diagram
Audion amplifier. Diagram of an Audion triode valve that was the first amplifier. It was invented by Lee De Forest in 1907



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"Unleashing the Power: A Journey Through the World of Electricity" Pylon line Norfolk UK: Standing tall, these pylons connect communities and carry the lifeblood across Norfolk's picturesque landscapes. Portishead Power Station JEH_22046_45: Once a symbol of industrial might, this power station in Portishead served as a beacon of progress, generating electricity for countless homes and businesses. Electric pylons at daybreak, Derbyshire / Nottinghamshire border: As dawn breaks over the rolling hills, these majestic pylons silently transmit energy through the heartland of England, illuminating lives along their path. Ferrybridge Power Station, North Yorkshire: Rising from the horizon like giants guarding our energy needs, these towering structures have powered North Yorkshire with reliable electricity for decades. Tesla Coil - Twain: Invented by Nikola Tesla himself, this mesmerizing coil produces awe-inspiring bolts that dance and crackle with raw power in his laboratory. Sizewell Nuclear Power Stations - Past and Present: From Sizewell A's decommissioned Magnox reactor to its newer pressurized water reactor counterpart at Sizewell B, these stations have harnessed nuclear energy to provide clean electricity to Suffolk and beyond. Ordnance Survey map marked with bombing targets: During wartime adversity, even maps were used to target vital infrastructure like electrical facilities – a testament to how crucial they are in powering societies during peace or conflict. Hinkley Point 27466_007: Nestled on Somerset's coast lies Hinkley Point; its power station has been instrumental in meeting Britain's growing demand for electricity while embracing sustainable practices. England's Northumberland - Electricity Pylons against Nature’s Majesty: Amidst nature's breathtaking beauty in Northumberland stands an intricate network of pylons delivering electricity, harmoniously blending human innovation with Mother Earth's splendor.