Urban landscapes: the art of treating water
R.C. HARRIS WATER TREATMENT PLANT, TORONTO, ONTARIO
According to Wikipedia, this beautiful example of art-deco architecture was started in 1932 and began operating in Nov. 1941. Despite its age, the plant is still fully functional, providing approximately 45 percent of the water supply for Toronto (Canada’s largest city) and nearby York Region.
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