The big bang took place at 11am on 7th September 2016, creating 40,000 tonnes of concrete rubble
At 244-metres high, it was the tallest concrete structure ever to be demolished in the UK.
Grain A power station in north Kent opened in 1979 and had capacity to produce electricity to power more than a million homes. Under the ownership of Eon, it was closed in December 2012 and demolition began in April 2014. Previous controlled explosions by Brown & Mason on 10th May 2015 and 2nd August 2015 brought down site buildings and boiler houses.