Published: 10:12, 05 April 2019
| Updated: 11:06, 05 April 2019
The third explosive demolition of the Thames' last remaining power station has taken place.
The D station turbine hall at Littlebrook, Dartford, was brought down at the dead of night, with people in the surrounding area reporting a large bang.
Brown and Mason's 10-second midnight demolition coincided with a rolling road block on the nearby QE2 Bridge Dartford Crossing, so as not to distract drivers.
An exclusion zone was also put in place around the site and the event was not visible to the public.
But Brown and Mason did photograph the blast, with three before, during and after shots documenting the explosion.
There will be more demolitions throughout the year and the site is expected to be fully cleared by 2020.
It came almost a month after the fourteenth and final demolition at Tilbury Power Station, just over the Thames from Gravesend.
That explosion took place at 9am and can be viewed below.
The site will eventually become a more modern plant, with consultation ongoing.
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