What does your water tower look like?
Mopvyto 2012/12/15 10:37:25
1) This is the City of Graham, North Carolina's water tower. Where I live. 2) Glencoe Mill Village, Glencoe, North Carolina. 3) Burlington NC near Park Ave. 4) Burlington Socks Ad water tower. South of Burlington, NC along I-40 just east of exit 145. 5) Burlington, NC newest water tower near St. Marks Church Rd. 6) Glencoe Mill Village, Glencoe, North Carolina (color picture.) 7) This one is in Gibsonville, NC, a town here in Alamance County. 8) Glencoe Mill Village water tower, Glencoe, NC. 9) Glencoe Mill Village water tower 2, Glencoe, NC. 10) Chatham Mills water tower. Located in Pittsboro, NC. 11) Alamance Water Tower & Clouds. 12) Swepsonville Municipal Water Tower, Swepsonville, North Carolina. 13) Liberty Municipal Water Tower, Liberty, North Carolina. 14) Burlington Socks Water Tower I 85-40 NC btw ext 145 and 147. 15) Saxapahaw Municipal Water Tower, Saxapahaw, North Carolina. 16) Yanceyville Green Water Tower, Yanceyville, NC. 17) Bellvue Mill Industrial Tank, Hillsborough NC. 18) Municipal Tank, Ramseur, NC. 19) Graham Municipal Water Tower, Graham, North Carolina. 20) Queen Ann Street Water Tower, Burlington NC. 21) Hawfields Water Tower, Hawfields NC. 22) Cole Park Plaza Water Tower and the Plaza. 23) Old Municipal Tank, Yanceyville North Carolina. 24) Queen Ann Street Water Tower, Burlington NC. 25) Hawfields Water Tower, Hawfields NC. 26) Pittsboro Municipal Water Tower, Pittsboro North Carolina. 27) Swepsonville Municipal Water Tower, Swepsonville, North Carolina. 28) Municipal Standpipe, Hillsborough NC. 29) Old Municipal Tank, Liberty, North Carolina. 30) Queen Ann Street Water Tower, Burlington NC.
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