New Enhanced Photos Inside Fukushima Daiichi

The recent press bus tour did manage to produce some new higher quality photos. Many thanks to Mary W. for finding them. Photos were sourced from the following locations:

Click on each image for a larger version.
Unit 3 back wall, close up of remaining wall frame and roof truss

Unit 4 workers on refueling crane

Unit 4, workers on the large overhead crane

Unit 4 roof truss connections to remaining concrete wall frames

Unit 4, workers on large overhead crane. Top of installed modular staircase in lower left

Unit 4, workers on large overhead crane with view of the large grey modular staircase they installed between the refueling crane
and overhead crane. People saw some grey objects being installed and brought up unit 4 via the TBS camera in recent weeks.

Unit 4, workers on refueling crane and on the work floor deck. Notice the railing installed in the concrete edge of the floor. This is the drop off of the side of the building.
Workers installed a railing.

Unit 4, workers on top of overhead crane.

Unit 4, refueling crane to overhead crane. Notice the twisted construction ladder. Someone at some point someone probably climbed that ladder up atop of
the damaged building.

Unit 4, close up of the overhead crane end and track.

Unit 4, good view of the inside of the buckled in end.

Strange vertical pipe in front of unit 4. No clue if this is an existing structure and the photo makes it look right next to the building or if this is something
new TEPCO has installed.

Unit 3 overhead crane end on work floor

Unit 3 more of the broken back wall and roof trusses

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