Love them or hate them, the cooling towers of the now shuttered Brayton Point Power Station will meet their demise Saturday. Love them or hate them, the cooling towers of the now shuttered Brayton Point Power Station will meet their demise Saturday. Many have long looked forward to the towers’ destruction. For Fall River and Somerset residents living along the shores of Mount Hope Bay, the towers have represented an unwelcome obstruction to their otherwise pristine views. However, Saturday’s festivities are likely to draw more than just celebratory locals. The implosion of the towers, which each stand at 500 feet tall, will mark a world record, according to the property’s owner. Their demolition will represent the largest cooling towers ever demolished, Commercial Development Company says. It will arguably also be the coolest thing in all of New England happening that morning, so prepare for crowds. The demolition will commence at 8 a.m. and is expected to last approximately 10 seconds. Two minutes prior to the implosion, two long sirens will be set off to indicate the start of a two-minute countdown. This will be followed by a series of short siren blasts one minute prior to t...