Tower 27 of 110 kV-powerline Eltinghausen-Brendloren. The branch tower shown on belongs to this line and has the number 37.
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Sign on strainer B86
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Last pylon (strainer B86) of 110 kV powerline branching off from pylon shown on to Bad Brückenau substation, in front of Bad Brückenau substation
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Northeastern corner of tower B6
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Southeastern corner of tower B6
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Sign on mentioned pylon B6
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Strainer B6 of 110 kV powerline branching off from pylon shown on to Bad Brückenau substation
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Base of powerline tower B4 of 110 kV powerline branching off from pylon shown on to Bad Brückenau substation
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Powerline tower B4 of 110 kV powerline branching off from pylon shown on to Bad Brückenau substation
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Closer look of the 110 kV-pylon and a 20 kV-branch pole with noctilucent clouds in the background.
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A pole of a 20 kV-powerline north of Ingersheim with noctilucent clouds in the background.
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Powerline towers north of Ingersheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany with noctilucent clouds in the background. Noctilucent clouds can be seen during summer time from areas around latitude 50 N. They are ice crystal clouds in great height, which are lit by the sun.
The rising clouds however are man-made: their origin is Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Plant.
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Pylons around Pylon 47A of Facility 322 at Neckarwestheim. The large pylon right of it carries on its lowest crossbar quadruple-bundle conductors of the single-phase AC powerline Neckarwestheim-Bahnstromschaltwerk - Zazenhausen. It is together with the line Neckarwestheim-Bahnstromschaltwerk - Kernkraftwerk Neckarwestheim the only powerline for single phase AC using such conductors. Both circuits are part of the single phase AC grid of the German Railway Company.
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Pylon 47A of Facility 322 is a unique pylon of a double-circuit 220 kV-powerline near Neckarwestheim. The cloud in the background is generated from Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Plant. It consists of 2 units, one with a capacity of 840 MW and one with a capacity of 1400 MW, however only later one is still in use. The first, now decomissioned 840 MW unit was the only nuclear power plant with a generator for generating single phase AC. It had a capacity of 150 MW and fed its energy into the single-phase AC grid of the German Railway Company.
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Upper basin of pump storage power plant Glems. It is situated near Eningen at the edge of Swabiab Jura close to the powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen, but not connected to it. Pump storage power plant Glems has a power of 90 MW and was built between 1962 and 1964.
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Pylon 251 of powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen on the edge of Swabian Jura
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Powerline Hoheneck-Herbertingen ascending Swabian Jura near Eningen, Germany
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Powerlines north of Ludwigsburg with constellation Cassiopeia
Koersch Valley Bridge with the 110 kV powerline undercrossing it at night
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Koersch Valley Bridge is a 55 metres high road bridge over Koersch Valley near Esslingen, Germany. It was inaugaurated on September 6th, 1995 and runs over the double-circuit 110 kV powerline Esslingen-Plieningen, which was renewed while construction work of Koersch Valley Bridge in 1993.
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An insulator, which was used for carrying an overhead wire