Blown out of proportion – 21.05.07
Admiring buildings in all their glory is one thing, but watching them being blown up is, well, just that little bit more entertaining. Here you can see four 90m cooling towers at Chapelcross nuclear power station in Dumfriesshire being demolished in a controlled explosion. 'Ave it! Astragal can think of a few other buildings that should be given a similar treatment. The Thistle Hotel by Tower Bridge perhaps?
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