When I was younger I worked at the power stations as a forestry worker. This meant that I cut down trees, picked up all the material and then burn it.
It´s a dirty job with heavy lifting all the time.
The reason for this is that not all the roots and tree will float up and fill the dam facility when the water is filled.
Not many women worked there, so little unusual it was.
At the workplace, there were many professions:
Shotfirer, Dumper drivers, excavator lard, forest workers, construction workers and all managers and ingengörer.
Nobody lived normally on site, therefore, workers lived in barracks, mobile homes and abandoned houses.
It was a special time, a mixture of hard work and isolation from the world.
It was long ago now, but I know I contributed to Sweden’s electricity supply.