The now defunct Experimental Breeder Reactor No. II is seen on the Idaho National Laboratory site between Idaho Falls and Arco. EBR-II was one of dozens of nuclear reactors that once operated on the 890-square-mile site. Only a few reactors are still working.
The now defunct Experimental Breeder Reactor No. II is seen on the Idaho National Laboratory site between Idaho Falls and Arco. EBR-II was one of dozens of nuclear reactors that once operated on the 890-square-mile site. Only a few reactors are still working. Idaho Statesman file
The now defunct Experimental Breeder Reactor No. II is seen on the Idaho National Laboratory site between Idaho Falls and Arco. EBR-II was one of dozens of nuclear reactors that once operated on the 890-square-mile site. Only a few reactors are still working. Idaho Statesman file

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