Pictures—Ten Oldest U.S. Nuclear Plants: Post-Japan Risks

Pictures—Ten Oldest U.S. Nuclear Plants: Post-Japan Risks.

  • Oyster Creek, New Jersey, September 1969
  • Nine Mile Point Unit 1, New York, November 1969
  • R.E. Ginna, New York, December 1969
  • Dresden Units 2 and 3, Illinois, April 1970 and July 1971
  • H.B. Robinson Unit 2, South Carolina, September 1970
  • Point Beach Unit 1, Wisconsin, November 1970
  • Palisades, Michigan, December 1971
  • Monticello, Minnesota, March 1971
  • Quad Cities Unit 1, Illinois, April 1972

via National Geographic

3 thoughts on “Pictures—Ten Oldest U.S. Nuclear Plants: Post-Japan Risks

  1. southwerk says:

    Just in case, you were short on things to worry about, you find some new ones. Well taken, thanks for the data on the nuclear plants, I’m going to pass it on.
    James Pilant

  2. […] Pictures—Ten Oldest U.S. Nuclear Plants: Post-Japan Risks. Oyster Creek, New Jersey, September 1969 Nine Mile Point Unit 1, New York, November 1969 R.E. Ginna, New York, December 1969 Dresden Units 2 and 3, Illinois, April 1970 and July 1971 H.B. Robinson Unit 2, South Carolina, September 1970 Point Beach Unit 1, Wisconsin, November 1970 Palisades, Michigan, December 1971 Monticello, Minnesota, March 1971 Quad Cities Unit 1, Illinois, April 1972 … Read More […]

  3. […] James Pilant Pictures—Ten Oldest U.S. Nuclear Plants: Post-Japan Risks. Oyster Creek, New Jersey, September 1969 Nine Mile Point Unit 1, New York, November 1969 R.E. Ginna, New York, December 1969 Dresden Units 2 and 3, Illinois, April 1970 and July 1971 H.B. Robinson Unit 2, South Carolina, September 1970 Point Beach Unit 1, Wisconsin, November 1970 Palisades, Michigan, December 1971 Monticello, Minnesota, March 1971 Quad Cities Unit 1, Illinois, April 1972 … Read More […]

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