You haven't lived until you have been through TVA - Paradise. I worked at refractory gunning a cyclone burner for a test in the boiler that had 36 cyclone burners in it, 6, 6, and 6 on each side going up!
Oh, and btw guy's, to put TVA Paradise into size, depending on who you read, the great big SOB can burn anywhere from 12,000 to 20,000 tons of coal a day. Think of this as a count of RR aluminum coal cars that hold 120 tons each so get to calculating!!
And I've had to sit and wait at the RR crossing on Rte C, north of Huntsville, Mo and watched the B/N PRB 120 car coal train go into Thomas Hill.
Rick, I've been in DE at Monroe, MI, onna the the dirtiest coal-fired power plants in the nation. Then on to their that I call their "Penny Plant" too up slightly NE of Detroit.
Thomas Hill here in MO and Lacyene in Kansas, I would need to look for all the rest.