110kV Substation

By Joel Goff; posted January 7, 2006

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This is the Krain Corner substation in Enumclaw Washington. There's a couple of 110kv lines that enter from one side and one that exits from the other side to feed the town substation about a mile away. There's also a transformer here that steps the voltage down to 55kV for a couple of old lines. One runs out to a sub in the town of Cumberland. Another line runs out to the Electron generating station, feeding Buckley and Wilkeson along the way. The third runs to the White River generating station fed from lake tapps, feeding a few small subs along the way. at the other end it hooks up to a big 230 KV / 110 kV ssub / switching station at the generating plant, which is no longer in use.