The Battersea Power Station, known by many from the cover of the Pink Floyd Album "Animals",  in London has new life after being closed down for 30 years, it has been redeveloped for luxury living.

Pink Floyd are not the only ones to make use of the iconic structure, the Power Station was also used in the Beatles movie "Help" from 1965, and in 2008 the factory was used in the 2008 Batman movie "The Dark Knight".

Just proof that our history can be preserved thru architecture. I love seeing these old buildings being restored and brought back to the living. Of course to live in the Battersea Power Station you will spend on average $3,000 per square foot... or $3,000,000 for a 1000 square feet... take a look at some of the photos from just one of the apartments, the "Power Room".

(CNN)