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Discussion in 'Photos' started by WayneJ, Aug 18, 2011.
Hewins, Kansas. This is how it was explained to me: "It is a water tank fed from a cistern with a belt driven pump at ground level. That's how they had running water in the store that used to be there. Gravity feed."
Mid America Industrial Park, Pryor, Oklahoma. Containing 9000 acres, it's the second largest rural industrial park in the US.
The bike is in the shadow.
Remains of water tower in former WWII powder plant and POW camp. Pryor, Oklahoma.
Tenkiller Lake Dam, Oklahoma.
Here's an older watertower:
Location: IJmuiden, the Netherlands.
On Maps: 52.4572371, 4.5950203
Do they have their offices in that tower?
Ah, the Majesty.
Actually, it could aswell be appartements or perhaps a family home.
Sometimes older buildings aren't of any use considering there purpose.
A lighthouse, a church, a watertower, you name it.
They might get used (indeed) as offices, a place to live, for conferences, or to rent for a holiday.
We have a real special but extremely basic house nearby, it's in Schoorldam.
Check https://www.vakantiehuisnu.nl/96088.htm to check it out.