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Battersea Power Station AA002022 Featured Battersea Image

Battersea Power Station AA002022

BATTERSEA POWER STATION, London. A view looking south east from Chelsea Bridge towards the power station (the building's fourth chimney was added later) with Grosvenor Bridge before it. The power station was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and opened in 1933. Photographed by Stanley W Rawlings. Date range: 1945 - 1955

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Battersea Power Station from Chelsea Bridge AA002020 Featured Battersea Image

Battersea Power Station from Chelsea Bridge AA002020

BATTERSEA POWER STATION FROM CHELSEA BRIDGE, London. A view looking across the suspension bridge towards the power station (the building's fourth chimney was added later). The bridge was built in 1934 by Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, a year after Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's power station opened. Photographed by Stanley W Rawlings. Date range: 1945 - 1955

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Nell Dunn Featured Battersea Image

Nell Dunn

Nell Mary Dunn (born 1936), English playwright, screenwriter, and author pictured in London Life magazine in 1965. The daughter of Sir Philip Dunn, she was born in London and educated at a convent, which she left at the age of fourteen. Although she came from an upper-class background, in 1959 she moved to Battersea and made friends in the neighbourhood and worked for a time in a sweets factory. This world inspired much of what Dunn would later write. Dunn was married to writer Jeremy Sandford from 1957 to 1979; the couple had three sons. Her best-known works are Up the Junction and Poor Cow. Date: 1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans