A few months ago we stumbled across an interesting area we wanted to explore, but they were deluged with torrential rains that day, so we didn't even get out of the car. So, we headed back to that little out of the way corner of the world.
First up, Plant Bowen - a Georgia Power coal powered electricity plant. It's really odd to see those huge smokestacks and cooling towers so close to the road. Close enough you could hear the water running through the cooling towers!
Look below. Do you see those brown triangles above the green hedges? Inside the 'cage', behind the triangles, that is water running down the inside of the cooling tower. It sounded like a flood of water!
The train engines that pulled in the coal that powers the plant.
We're not sure, but we think that the huge pipe will be attached right there. I'd love to see that juggling act!
Another, closer view of one of the cooling towers.