This paper presents the background of the postwar expansion of steam power in Southern California, the requirements of the area served, a brief discussion of some of the war and postwar influences bearing upon power needs, the disposition of the new generation, the design trends in the area, and the influences bearing thereon. A description is given of the major features of the Redondo Steam Station of the Southern California Edison Company.

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