The Shippingport Atomic Power Station was the first civilian light water reactor to enter operation on December 2, 1957. It heralded the start of the civilian nuclear power era and was a crucial step in the atoms for peace program. Celebrate Shippingport's 60-year anniversary by hanging this poster on the wall. It is bound to make an impression no matter if it is hanging at home or in the office!
This poster is based on a copy of a real construction drawing detailing the reactor pressure vessel
• 36x24 inches
• This is an edited print copy of an authentic construction drawing, therefore the handwritten notes might not be legible, some areas might appear aged and worn or smeared.
• Frame not included
• Matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper.