NSC Site Inspection & Visit to Reactor 4 Control Room – 10 March 2017.

New Safe Confinement (NSC Arch), Site inspection & visit to Reactor 4 control room with EBRD (European Bank of Reconstruction and Development), Chernobyl, Ukraine, 10 March 2017.

1. Waiting In the NSC Arch change facility, from left to right: Colin Ross, Simon Evans & Anthony James Addington-Barker – 10 March 2017.
2. Under the NSC Arch, looking toward the Object Shelter, showing two concrete personnel radiation shielding boxes, foreground, Chernobyl – 10 March 2017.
3. Part of the Object Shelter (OS) shielding wall, NSC Arch – 10 March 2017.
4. NSC Arch interface atop Tec Building – 10 March 2017.
5. Simon Evans, with the Object Shelter (OS) displacement monitoring system – 10 March 2017.
6. Chernobyl reactor 4 control room, where events unfolded on the morning of 26 April 1986 – 10 March 2017.
7. Anthony James Addington-Barker in the Chernobyl reactor 4 control room – 10 March 2017.
8. Control rod indicator display panel, reactor 4 control room, Chernobyl – 10 March 2017.
9. Chernobyl reactor 4 control room – 10 March 2017.
10. Main Coolant Pumps (MCPs) Unit 3, Chernobyl Power Plant – 10 March 2017.
11. Concrete shielding End Wall between Unit 3 and 4, Chernobyl – 10 March 2017.
12. Administrative Service Complex roof, showing interface with NSC Arch structure, Chernobyl – 10 March 2017.
13. New Safe Confinement (NSC), New Vent Stack, Chernobyl – 10 March 2017.

Further information, NSC Arch, Chernobyl:
1. Chernobyl’s New Safe Confinement
2. NSC, Chernobyl Mega Project
3. NSC site visit 
Abbreviations, Terms & Acronyms – NSC Arch, Chernobyl.
NSC  –   New Safe Confinement.
OS    –   Object Shelter 
ChNPP   –   Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
MCS    –   Main Crane System