The control room at Ferrybridge C Power Station was a fine example of 60s command centres – spacious, bright and, at the time it was built, futuristic. Each unit had its own control station, each wrapping around one corner of the square layout. Engineering and controls for station facilities were placed in the centre.
The control room had been upgraded with CUTLASS in the 1980s. The panels had been reconfigured accordingly, but the layout of the control desks in the control room remained unchanged until closure.
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