This photo was taken following the stack demolition that took place on December 18, 2020. It’s looking east toward Tower Butte. Damaged from the stacks falling, the 1B cooling tower is partially visible on the left. The Service Water ponds are just off the picture to the left. This is just surreal to me. Click the image to enlarge.
Here’s another view of unit one’s boiler structure under construction. This is looking west-ish toward the town of Page. All the unit one silos are in place. Notice the workers on the top right of the photo. Click to enlarge. Be sure to check out my YouTube Channel too.
This early photo of unit one at Navajo Generating Station is taken from the south, looking north. Click to enlarge it and take a closer look at the detail. The power block foundations for units one and two are in place and the coal silos for unit one are set. There’s a guy running a John Deere front-end loader in the foreground. Nothing runs like a Deere!
This eerie photo was taken right after the Navajo Generating Station stack implosion on December 18, 2020. It was taken from the west side of the power block, looking toward Unit Two. Be sure to check out my YouTube Channel.
With 41 years operations experience at Navajo Generating Station, Fred Larson, O&M 4 Supervisor, was given the honor of opening the Unit 2 generator breakers for the final time on November 18, 2019, bringing to a close over 4 decades of power generation at NGS.
In our conversation, I asked him about that moment and the atmosphere in the Control Room on that final day of operation in light of his 41 year career at NGS. Grab your favorite beverage and listen in. Along with this website, I have published a new YouTube channel with the same name, Navajo Generating Station Remembered.
This photo is a look north at the Unit One boiler and stack. You can also see the Unit One coal silos and construction proceeding on the Unit Two power block. Be sure to check out my YouTube Channel. Click the image to enlarge it and see more detail.
This is view of the plant site very early on. There’s a lot of activity going on in this photo. Click the image to enlarge it and check out the detail. Be sure to check out my YouTube Channel.
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This is an excellent shot of the NGS Unit 1 precipitator construction. The Ford station wagon adds to the overall character of the photo. Click to enlarge and take a closeup look at the activity.
This undated photo shows the Navajo Generating Station construction site with Units 1&2 well under way. Click the image to enlarge it. There’s a lot to see in this. If you were there at the time, this photo will bring back a lot memories for you. If you were there, let me know in the comments.