Stunning images reveal restored Battersea Power Station’s Art Deco control room

Between 1933 and 1975, it was from a single teak-floored space that electricity was directed across much of London. 

Until it was decommissioned along with one part of Battersea Power Station in 1975, the dials and buttons in Control Room A sent power to the likes of Carnaby Street, Wimbledon and even Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. 

Now, experts have finished a painstaking restoration of the Art Deco former nerve centre ahead of the opening of the Grade-II listed building’s opening this autumn. 

It is the jewel in the crown of the former power station that has been…

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