Battersea Power Station Welcomes Visitors For Its Last Ever Open House Weekend (PICTURES)

22/09/2013 12:17 BST | Updated 24/09/2013 12:17 BST
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 21: The inside of the Battersea Power station on September 21, 2013 in London, England. Hundreds of buildings across London which the public would normally have no access to are this weekend opening their doors as part of the Open House London event, which has now been running for 21 years. Battersea Power station, which was decommissioned in 1983, and has since been left vacant but the site will shortly undergro the process of redevelopment into real estate. at Battersea Power station on September 21, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)

For most of us, it is the last chance to take a look inside the iconic Battersea Power Station before it is redeveloped.

The much-loved landmark has thrown open its doors this weekend as part of Open House project.

Large queues have formed, with thousands of people looking for one final peek inside.


Inside Battersea Power Station

It is the last opportunity for visitors to Battersea Power Station to see the giant Art Deco structure before it undergoes a multimillion-pound redevelopment across the full site.

The power station is one of 700 places being opened up to visitors as part of the Open House project.

Those on the list include the King's Cross Station clock tower, Dr Johnson's house - where he compiled his famous Dictionary of the English Language - and several embassies.