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The now inactive, heritage-listed White Bay Power Station in the suburb of Rozelle, Sydney, New South Wales.

The coal-fired plant was operational from 1917 until 1983 and was originally built by the Department of Railways to supply power for the tram network. In 2000, the site was purchased by the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority.

Photographer : James Porteous on April 14 2008.

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White Bay Power Station
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