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1.Rugeley power station demolition live

Rugeley Power Station. The demolition exclusion zone will extend onto the A51, so a road closure and diversion will be in place for a number of hours while the work takes place.

2.Rugeley power station demolition live

A small crowd gathered to watch the demolition of the Rugeley Power Station’s chimney this morning which has been an iconic part of the Staffordshire skyline since it opened in 1964.

3.Rugeley power station demolition live

Onlookers gathered in Rugeley, Staffordshire, for the latest phase in the demolition of the town’s former power station. The boiler house was brought down on Thursday in a controlled explosion,…

4.Rugeley power station demolition live

At 8:30am on Sunday 24th January 2021, a 600ft (183m) chimney was DEMOLISHED at Rugeley Power Station in Staffordshire. This power station was taken out of s…

5.Rugeley power station demolition live

The ‘controlled collapse demolition’ is set to take place at Rugeley Power Station this weekend when the main chimney will be brought down. Explosives will be used to collapse the structure at around 8am on Sunday, January 24, with the public warned to stay away due to covid restrictions.

6.Rugeley power station demolition live

Rugeley Power Station chimney in Staffordshire was fitted with explosives for the dramatic demolition, as shown in a video of an action at around 8.30am. As fire bursts out of the charges, the tower sags in on itself and slowly hurtles down in a vertical heap before a plume of smoke and dust engulfs the nearby road.

7.Rugeley power station demolition live

The coal-fired power plant – which dominates the Staffordshire skyline – has been closed since 2016 after being in operation for 53 years. Local resident Brian Thornton, 65, watched the demolition live-streamed online after road closures were put in place as part of the exclusion zone.

8.Rugeley power station demolition live

People are being warned to stay at home as an historic chimney is set to be demolished this weekend. Officers from Staffordshire Police are advising residents to stay at home to watch the demolition of the concrete chimney at Rugeley Power Station online.. The demolition is due to take place on Sunday, January 24, at 8am and will see explosives used to bring down the main 183-metre high …

9.Rugeley power station demolition live

Rugeley Power Station demolition video as 183m chimney comes down – watch again stokesentinel.co.uk – Matt Simpson. Crowds were able to attend the last phase of the demolition The latest stage of demolishing part of the power station took place in August last year, …

10.Rugeley power station demolition live

Rugeley Power Station’s 183m-high chimney will be demolished using explosives next week. Subscribe to our daily newsletter!

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1.Live: Watch as 183m Staffordshire power station chimney is demolished

A 183-metre power station chimney is set to be demolished this morning to pave the way for new development in the area. Crews are in place at Rugeley Power Station to use explosives to bring down a tall concrete chimney as demolition of the site continues.

Published Date: 2021-01-24T08:18:00.0000000Z

2.Iconic Rugeley power station chimney is demolished

A small crowd gathered to watch the demolition of the Rugeley Power Station’s chimney this morning which has been an iconic part of the Staffordshire skyline since it opened in 1964.

Published Date: 2021-01-24T11:18:02.0000000Z

1  Rugeley Power Station Boiler House Demolition
20th Aug. 2020, the Boiler House came down, managed to get this video from the next close, with a pretty decent view given the sun was back-lighting it! Watch closely at HD and you can see lots of little flashes taking place long before the house came down as various charges go off around the building.
Watch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hpMICGvE9c

1.Rugeley power stations

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2.Rugeley

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