South Street Station (also known as The Narragansett Electric Company Power Station or Narragansett Electric Lighting Company Power Station) is an historic electrical station in Providence, Rhode Island at 360 Eddy Street.
The coal burning station was built in 1912 in a Classical Revival style by Jenks and Ballou. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Narragansett Electric Company is a subsidiary of National Grid USA. The Rhode Island Historical Society is planning to build a "Heritage Harbor Museum" within the building.
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