The Indian Point plant is seen from inside the gated facility.
Contamination monitors are located at the exit of the protected area.
This elevated watch tower is bullet-resistant.
The turbine room is a key component of power generation at the plant.
A turnstile security entrance leads to the nuclear side of the plant.
Several security doors lead into the spent fuel pool room.
The buffer zone around the spent fuel pool is intended to keep people a safe distance away.
This spent fuel poll contains underwater fuel racks with spent fuel assemblies.
The dosimeter reading after the tour was 0.2 millirem.
Steam pipes are attached to turbines in the turbine hall.
Transmission lines are seen outside Unit 2.
Control room for unit 2.
Control room simulator.
Fox News goes behind the scenes at Indian Point, a nuclear facility located about an hour north of New York City.