Erected in 1952 by the Chicago Bridge Company, this water tower held 250,000 gallons of fresh spring water and rainwater. Along with two man-made ponds, a concrete water cistern, and four holding tanks located in the attic of Building 50, these reservoirs held water for drinking and personal hygiene, production, gardening, livestock, food processing, and fire suppression.
Head North down the alleyway towards Gray Road.

Then take a right, I recommend that you follow this ode.

From there, go north on Red Drive!

To the Laundry Building, you will have arrived.

There's a creek to the left, you'll search for a crossing.

That's where you'll find the next stop, that's all we're offering!


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