Electric Mountain (Llanberis) Reviews
Description:Address: Llanberis / Gwynedd / LL55 4UR / UK / First Hydro Company's Visitor centre in Llanberis. Its split level ... more
Newest Review: ... upstairs in the gallery above the café. You then view a short film about Dinorwig Power Station, which is owned by Edison Mission Energy. To view the film we sat on tiered benches with the film being projected in the centre of the white wall in front of us. To each side of the film, also on the wall, were other images. Above the film were four television sets, two on each side. One on each ... more
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by - written on 22/11/07 (Very useful, 276 readings)
Now we live in Llandudno we often go for a drive in the Snowdonia Mountains and we pass Electric Mountain in Llanberis on the way round. It looked really interesting so we decided we should take a look, but I don't think either of us were quite prepared for the scale of what we were about to see. As I said Electric Mountain is in Llanberis and is just about opposite to the lower station of the train that goes to the summit of Mount Snowdon. Incidentally that's a brilliant day out too! Electric Mountain provides a visitor centre full of information about hydroelectric power and an underground tour to see the Dinorwig Power Station set deep inside the ... Read the complete review
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