Stamp on Francois Duvalier Central Hydroelectric Plant -Haiti 1970.
A stamp was issued in 1970 Francois Duvalier Hydroelectric Plant or Peligre Dam. This Dam is located on Artibonite river and impounds Lake Peligre. It is an arch-gravity dam with a height of 72m. designed by US Army Corps of Engineers also nicknamed “Little TVA” after Tennessee Valley Authority.
A stamp was issued on 04 Mar 1972 to commemorate the opening of Hendrik Verwoerd Dam in 1971. It was named after the First Prime Minister of South Africa Hendrik Verwoerd. However, at end of apartheid, the name was changed to Gariep Damon 04 Oct 1996. Gariep is Khoekhoe for the river , the original name for Orange river.
This Dam is located on Orange river near the town of Norvalspont bordering the Free State & Eastern Cape Provinces. It is an arch-gravity dam with a height of 88m and length of 914m.
Stamps on National Trust For Scotland- British landscapes – Great Britain 1981.
The National Trust for Scotland is a Scottish Conservation Organisation. It manages 130 properties and 180,000 acres of Land which includes Castles, Parks, Heritage Sites etc. Great Britain issued a set of Five stamps on 24 June 1981 to commemorate 50th Anniversary of National Trust For Scotland.
Gutter Pairs of Stamps are Listed
22p – Giant’s Causeway Northern Ireland – World Heritage Site.
25p – St Kilda- Scotland- Isolated Archipelago in North Atlantic Ocean.