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Telluride Power Company, Nunn Hydroelectric Plant, Southeast side of Provo River, 300 feet West of US, Orem, Utah County, UT



B&W Photos

HB1125367
Jack E

HB1125368
Jack E

HB1125369
Jack E

HB1125370
Jack E

HB1125371
Photocopied From Drawing 70, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah

HB1125372
Photocopied From Unnumbered Drawing, Drawings Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah

HB1125373
Photocopied From Dwg

HB1125374
Photocopied From Unnumbered Photo, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah

HB1125375
Photocopied From Photo 1161, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah

HB1125376
Photocopied From Photo 1162, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah

HB1125377
Photocopied From Photo #1, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah


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Photo Caption Pages


Item Title


Location
300 feet West of US, Orem+vicinity, UT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER UT-2
Building/structure dates: 1898 initial construction
Significance: This plant represents L.L. Nunn's first major hydroelectric generating facility outside of Colorado. At the time of completion (1898), it generated three-phase AC power at a pressure of 40,000 volts, the highest voltage of any commercial electric power system in the world.

Subjects
Stone Buildings
Storage Facilities
Mining


Related Names
Nunn, L. L.
Nunn, P. N.
Utah Power & Light Company


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. GENERAL VIEW FROM NE.
2. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. GV FROM S.
3. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. DT OF TAILRACE ARCH IN BUILDING FROM S SIDE.
4. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. INTERIOR, GV FROM W.
5. Photocopied from drawing 70, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 'TILE TELLURIDE POWER TRANSMISSION CO. POWER HOUSE IN PROVO CANYON, PROVO, UTAH' SECTION, c. 1900.
6. Photocopied from unnumbered drawing, Drawings folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 'THE TELLURIDE POWER CO. LABORATORY EXTENSION. SOUTH ELEVATION. PROVO, UTAH. NOV. 9, 1909.'
7. Photocopied from Dwg. 69, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. FLOOR PLANT. (POWER HOUSE IN PROVO CANYON, PROVO, UTAH?) c. 1900.
8. Photocopied from unnumbered photo, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. EXTERIOR VIEW. C. 1898.
9. Photocopied from Photo 1161, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. VIEW OF SITE SHOWING PENSTOCKS. c. 1920.?
10. Photocopied from Photo 1162, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. PENSTOCKS, c. 1920?
11. Photocopied from Photo #1, Nunns Station Folder, Engineering Department, Utah Power & Light Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 'INTERIOR NUNNS STATION.' c. 1898.


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