Safety foreman Leslie Jones of Thurse wearing a pressurised plastic outfit at the Dounreay atomic power plant in northern Scotland, which is to become one of the world's most important centres for practical nuclear research.
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A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant on February 4, 2013 in Seascale, England. A report by the the Public Accounts Committee has stated that the cost of cleaning up the Sellafield nuclear waste site in Cumbria has reached...More
Demonstrators taking part in a protest at a decision by British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) to route trains carrying nuclear waste through north-west London, 20th February 1999.
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A night time view of Dungeness Lighthouse in Kent with Dungeness Nuclear Power Station in the background.
Road signs giving directions to the concert hall and the Sizewell 'B' enquiry at Snape, Suffolk, circa 1984. The public enquiry into the construction of Sizewell 'B' nuclear power station lasted from 1982 to 1985.
A nuclear battery which is 2 inches by 3/4 of an inch.
The four towers of Chaplecross atomic energy station, near Annan in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, November 1970.
A workman checking crates at a nuclear power station.
John Miller, Health and Physics foreman, wearing his protective 'space suit' at Hunterston Atomic Power Station in Ayrshire.
The thermo shield erected to keep the heat away from the biological shield inside reactor number one at Hinkley Point nuclear power station.