The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

We were tracking closely the story of the Russian power plant exploded and then was examined by experts, and tried to be repaired. Then some estimates appeared that it may take up to ten years to get it back in full scale, and some doubted if it was worth at all.

And while these talks are going on, here is how it looks now after major frosts going on this winter it looks really interesting, like some kind of movie sets for you name it movie.


The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

The Frozen-Explosion Power Plant

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  1. I don’t envy them in their work, I spent some time fishing in the White Sea area, it was as much as we could do to keep the vessel upright. If the water inside is not kept moving the pressure is so great it could explode the waterways.

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  3. Were they able to cut those massive pieces/the massive piece of ice free?

    I wonder what those guys in the boom/lift were using to cut the ice?

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