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Battersea Power Station Public Tours

If you've fancied getting up close and personal with Battersea Power Station before the contractors move in and change it forever now could be your chance.

As part of an exhibition being held to look at the new plans for the power station which includes a 300 metre tall structure, guided tours will be given between Wednesday the 25th of June and Saturday the 5th of July.

It's recommended that you wear practical shoes, so no high heels for the women. Visitors are also encouraged to bring their cameras if they want whilst the disabled will get tours provided by vehicular access although sadly the lazy won't be able to enjoy these.

A word of warning though regarding health and safety - if there is particularly bad tours will not be held so forget turning up unless it's an ok day. Tours will also be on a first come first served basis so if there is no space you may have to wait a while, or miss out if you turn up too late.

The exhibition is being held at 188 Kirtling Street, SW8 5BN which is near Battersea Power Station to its immediate east. The nearest train station is Battersea Park about 700 metres away. There's also more info here -
http://www.battersea-powerstation.com/

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