Visiting this abandoned nuclear power plant in Washington state last fall was a surreal experience to say the very least! The massive industrial buildings coupled with the evergreen forest landscape radiated a unique beauty that we don’t come across very often. Now according to our research, this place consisting of a reactor building and two cooling towers was once part of the largest nuclear power plant construction in U.S. history that started in 1977 but halted in 1983 (due to financial issues), leaving the place unfinished and unused. Though it now sits amongst an office park and has been attracting filmmakers. In fact, the movie Transformers: The Age of Extinction filmed a few scenes there which we can definitely see why. This location is seriously cinematic! What do you think of this nuclear power plant? Leave a comment…we would love to hear what you think!
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