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Old Unused Seabrook Nuclear Power Station Post Card With Attached Sample
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This item is already soldOld Unused Seabrook Nuclear Power Station Post Card With Attached Sample
Seabrook   Power Plant   Nuclear   Electricity   Electric   Energy   Advertising   Sample   Post Card   New Hampshire   Hampton Beach   Nostalgic
The picture shows both sides of this Old Unused Seabrook Nuclear Power Station Post Card With Attached Sample. This unusual postcard has a SIMULATED uranium pellet attached to the front. The card is of an artists rendition of a birds eye view of the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant. The back has a nice graphic logo. The year of the card is unknown, but it is from Public Service Company of New Hampshire. The front of the card reads as follows:

Seabrook Station
...Energy for New Hampshire
and New England
One nuclear fuel pellet of uranium the size of this
simulated pellet contains as much energy as:
149 gallons of oil or
157 gallons of gasoline or
1,780 pounds of coal

The postcard measures 5-1/2" x 3-1/2". It is in excellent unused condition with some light soiling on the back.

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Old Unused Seabrook Nuclear Power Station Post Card With Attached Sample


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