Hey! Don’t put out that light!

In this World War II-era issue of Electric Light & Power (October 1940), the writing staff describes electronically-hardened air raid shelters designed for use in large industrial sites in England. These shelters, which were equipped with 3 kW generators to provide emergency back-up power, could hold 3,000 people and had two entry and exit points. “The object of the layout is, of course, to minimize and localize the effect of any direct hit,” reads the article.

Hey! Don't put out that light!

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