White Bay Power Station

I visited White Bay last year for an open day they held there. Most of the site was closed off but I got to get an idea of what it looked like inside. This place is HUGE. Words can not describe how big this building is.

The White Bay Power Station is a heritage listed former coal-fired power station on a 38,000 m2 (410,000 sq ft) site. White Bay was the longest serving of Sydney’s metropolitan power stations and ceased production on Christmas Day in 1983.

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About Lexi

📷 PHOTOGRAPHER + GRAPHIC DESIGNER based in Sydney, Australia. Art director for ANZ Snowboarding Magazine, K-Zone and Luna + Honey.

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