I’ve been following the demolition of the Venice Power Plant now for over a year, and a reader sent me some photos of the interior as it was being disassembled.
What is fascinating, and I think I mentioned before, is that the equipment is being removed at the same time as the building.
So, for example, you can see one of the generators cast aside outside of the plant, similar to the one above.
What a great space the interior of the power plant was before demolition.
The plant was nicknamed the “Monmouth on the Mississippi.”
I believe this is looking up into one of the coal hoppers.