Building/Historical Videos

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X-100 Administration Building Demolition Video (2012)
Exterior Views of the X-100 Administration Building (2010)
Interior Views of the X-100 Administration Building (2010)
Exterior Views of the X-101 Medical Services Facility (2011)
Interior Views of the X-101 Medical Services Facility (2011)
D&D of the X-101 Medical Services Facility (2012)
Interior Views of the X-102 Cafeteria including the kitchen, freezers, service area & dining room (2011)
X-102 Cafeteria Exterior View (2011)
X-104 Guard Headquarters Interior (2011)
X-300 Plant Control Facility Exterior (2011)
X-300 Plant Control Facility Interior (2011)
X-326 Process Building Exterior (2011)
X-330 Process Building Exterior (2011)
X-333 Process Building Demo Cell (2011)
X-342A Feed Vaporization & Fluorine Generation Facilities Exterior (2011)
X-343 Feed & Sampling Facility External View (2011)
X-344 Feed Manufacturing Facility Exterior (2011)
Scenes from the demolition of the X-533 Electrical Switchyard from the first power line cut to the final tower fall (2010)
X-611 Water Treatment Plant (2011)
X-611 Water Plant Holding Ponds and Clarifiers (2011)
X-611C Filter Building (2011)
X-611E Chlorine Building (2011)
X-700 Converter Shop and Chemical Cleaning Facility Exterior (2011)
X-700 Converter Shop and Chemical Cleaning Facility Interior (2011)
X-705 Decontamination Building Exterior (2011)
X-710 Technical Services Building (2011)
X-720 Maintenance Stores Building (2011)
Scenes from the demolition of the X-746 Shipping & Receiving Facility (2009)
Scenes from the Demolition of the X-760 Building (2010)
Scenes from the X-770 Mechanical Testing Building demolition (2010)
Scenes from the picket line during the 1979 labor strike for Goodyear Atomic Corporation, the company that operated the plant from 1954 until 1986.
This video from 1989 describes the utility requirements and capabilities of the Portsmouth site.
On May 29, 1990, U.S. Secretary of Energy Admiral James D. Watkins visited the Portsmouth Plant. This video highlights his tour and accompanying community rally.
News media coverage and video from the picket lines in 1991 and '92 when employees represented by the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union went on strike from Martin Marietta, the company that was operating the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant at the time.
A wide range of activities and family events have traditionally been offered to employees by contractors and operating companies at the Portsmouth site. This video from the early 90's highlights a number of employee events.
Video clips taken from a helicopter flying above the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in the early and mid '90s. Steam rising from the cooling towers is indication of enrichment activities at that time.
A video tour of the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant from 1994. Narrated by Dale Hamilton.
Portsmouth hosted high ranking officials from Russia during the 1990's to support the United States' nonproliferation of high-assay nuclear military agreement with that country. During this period, countries would send experts to one another's uranium enrichment facilities to ensure that high assay operations were in alignment with the agreement. On at least two occasions, Russian officials visited Portsmouth for inspections.
Internally produced video from the 90's highlighting the wide range of work activities in the enrichment phase of the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant.
Highlights from the 1998 Environmental Fair at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.

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