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Image caption The power station has been a focal point of the Oxfordshire skyline for 50 years. The last three cooling towers of a decommissioned power station have been demolished. Didcot A's 375ft (114.3m) high towers were brought down using explosive charges at 07:00 BST. The coal-fired station was turned off in 2013 after 43 years in service and its three southern towers were demolished in 2014. Crowds gathered early to watch the controlled blast as Oxfordshire's skyline changed forever. RWE said it had planned the demolition over several months with its contractor Brown and Mason, liaising with the relevant local authorities. Image caption Didcot A's towers have been a major landmark for a generation Full story

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