Glimpse history through old images of Fulham, in Greater London.
Fulham Power Station 1936
The first three seconds of this short newsreel show a London full of chimneys and smoke.
Fulham’s new power station, opened in 1936, cost £2.75 million to build.
The first section had a capacity of 130,000 kilowatts.
The Mayor is seen and heard declaring the power station open.
Opening of Fulham power station (1936) – British Pathé on YouTube