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Old Fresno Water Tower, Fresno

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Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
The Old Fresno Water Tower is a historic water tower in Fresno, California. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by George Washington Maher, the tower was completed in late 1894. It ceased operation in 1963 and has served as a visitors' center since 2001.

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  • Currently, there is a museum contained in the bottom floor of the water tower. The top of the water tower may have some water, but the pressure management has more to do with the public works and...  more »
  • Worth several pictures even if the inside is closed. The inside itself is a marvelous high circular expanse of red brick. It's located next to the super modern City Hall so it's a two for one-er and....  more »

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