Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The back side of Gavin

The biggest coal-fired power plant in my home range of the Ohio River is the Gavin plant at Cheshire, Ohio, about 10  to 15 miles north of Gallipolis. Adam and I went by it the other day, but this time we veered away from Route 7 and took a county road that gave us a view -- sort of -- of the back side of the plant on a day when the sky couldn't decide if it was going to give us rain or shine.

Here's what we saw.

That's a lot of steel and wire.