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Rowe Yankee Nuclear Power Plant Construction

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A Gallery of 24 Items - 1958-1959
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>>>Item dates in the File Name, i.e., 1eg58rya.jpg<<< -- >>>the number in the name (58) is the year the photo was taken . . . 1958.<<<
Yankee Rowe Nuclear Power Station (decommissioned) was a nuclear power plant in Rowe, Massachusetts, that operated from 1960 to 1992. The 185-megawatt electric pressurized-water plant, located on the Deerfield River in the town of Rowe in western Massachusetts, right on the border of Readsboro, Vermont, permanently shut down on February 26, 1992, after more than 31 years of producing electricity for New England electric consumers. Most of the men and women who worked either in the plant or during the decommissioning efforts referred to the site as "Yankee-Rowe" or simply "Rowe", to avoid confusion with Vermont Yankee, another nuclear power station located in nearby Vernon, Vermont. Source: Wikipedia
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