These images are from A Grosset All-Color Guide: Atomic Energy published in 1970. I previously posted illustrations from A Grosset All-Color Guide: Computers at Work here. The book is packed with great illustrations, but what struck me was the number of depictions of nuclear power plants. This is the kind of thing you would want to feature in a book about atomic energy, but it doesn't seem that informative to have so many straight forward architectural illustrations. There are probably five more in addition to what have included here. This must have been right before they started building plants with the huge cooling towers, they are nowhere to be found in the book.