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Info: Austria - Visitor Tour in Nuclear Power Plant (unused)

The Franconian

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#1
!! Found this in the net after having seen it in a tv report !! I have not been there !! I don't know whether it is worth a visit or not !!
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Zwentendorf Nuclear Power Plant (AKW- Atomkraftwerk) not far from Vienna, was finished, but never operated
AKW Zwentendorf
Zwentendorf Nuclear Power Plant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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I found they offer tours to public
No more available in 2013. They say most likely tours will start again from April 2014.
Booking starts again at 17.February on this site:
AKW Zwentendorf
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video 3 shows some pics of the tour
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=akw+zwentendorf+tour
 

The Franconian

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Regular User
#6
This guy visits some pretty special places - then fucks them up with disgusting processing.
I would not like them as a report, I saw them as science, industrial photo art, not as a kind of documentation.
looking surreal
 

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