Luxury tour: Lots Road, SW10. I was last there in November 2008 and took the pictures that form the top row of this collection: Lots Road Power Station Development. Lots Road Power Station Following on from Monday's post , this takes us out of Chelsea Harbour and into Lots Road itself. Two Chamberlain Square. Now on the river side of the station, away from the main hall, there was evidence of the continuing work going on here. [CDATA[ Lots Road Power Station. The station stopped generating in 2002 and was subsequently acquired by developers for the purpose of conversion to residential use. Since the building was de-commissioned, the remaining structure has been subject to considerable decay, awaiting redevelopment proposals. Power Station Road in Brereton is in the West Midlands region of England. Getting bomb dived by Pigeons didn't help. The station burned 700 tonnes of coal a day and had a generating capacity of 50,000 kW. However I was a little worried when a police van pulled up at the waterworks next door. But maybe there was something worth the effort. In the distance I spotted my next explore target, the familiar upturned table of Battersea. I decided against climbing the glass roof to get to the other side, and opted to return down to the ground floor. As it used to look with all 4 chimneys. Non material amendment to planning permission PP/16/06360 (Variation of Condition... Chelsea Riverside It is sometimes erroneously referred to as Fulham Power Station, a name properly applied to another former station a mile up river. Lots Road Power Station was built in 1904 to power the London Underground, the first electrified underground system in the world. I have just modified 2 external links on Lots Road Power Station. //