Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower and Laboratory

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Wardenclyffe was Tesla's most grandiose plan! He built a power plant on Long Island, New York (now Shoreham) in 1902 with the intention of sending power wirelessly around the globe.

In 1899 Nikola Tesla made his third visit to Colorado and this time stayed for about 6 months in Colorado Springs. He built a laboratory there he called his “Experimental Station” and did some of his...

After fire destroyed the 5th Ave. lab, Tesla rented a laboratory below Greenwich Village, near Chinatown, at 46 and 48 Houston St. This building is now the home of Soho Billiards.

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