natgeo"Tank Spikes" that were part of #Cold War defenses that surrounded the #plutonium finishing plant (in background) at the plutonium production facility at Hanford, Washington USA. This was the site of the #Manhattan Project that produced plutonium for the first #nuclear bomb. The plutonium production process left vast amounts of solid and liquid #hazardous waste, much of that radioactive. The site is an EPA Superfund site. 11,000 people are employed in the remediation of the site. I'm here this week photographing for #National Geographic story. @FritzPhotos #ThePhotoSociety
- benshapi would reckon if theyre employed now, as federal employees
- yummy_mmhmmOver sized jacks
- tommycrane_00Oh, I do love caltrops.
- marcuspeacecox@hes_a_superhero 1. You know far less than you think you do. 2. You are not a superhero.
- elcidkskAwesome! Great picture.
- dragnfli66Caltrops...what the spiky things are called.
- moyoshuaiI grew up 30miles down wind from there..:-)
- drfaux@m_bowers looks dangerous!
- morganvoss@kiolakay @jessanielsen
- jessanielsenWTH is this @morganvoss ?
- kiolakayThe heck is this @morganvoss
- drawingstupidfacesI bet you hipsters are into tank spikes.
- __alasmi.97__مويعني تو ؟؟؟؟!
- bacardi9yeah all Indian land MTFs!
- warnutztheloserThiz remind me of savin private ryan
- meterswingerThis pic must be 3-4 yrs old. The fences are gone along with the "spikes". fwiw, the first batch of fuel was dissolved and the PU nitric solution was seperated at Tplant, P.F.P. was not built until after WWII. It is a very interesting piece if real estate.
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