Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Private Power Station, Downtown Monrovia

The lack of centralized electricity delivery (coming soon!) has inspired this business, a room full of big diesel generators owned by a nearby (Lebanese?) pharmacy. The man in charge of maintenance wasn’t talking to meddlesome foreign bloggers on this day, but I think we can assume that the neighbors are paying something for their energy delivery. You can follow the spaghetti of cables out the window and along the buildings overhead, across the street and beyond.


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