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N 28 B 4.4K C 35 E Aug 4, 2010 F Aug 17, 2010
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August 2010

Tags:   hdr brenkert projector cinema theater capitol fall river ma new england photomatix tone mapped pentax urbex room decay abandoned film movie reels greatphotographers lamphouse k-7

N 2 B 2.1K C 12 E Apr 7, 2011 F Apr 7, 2011
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Tags:   HDR photography high dynamic range theater theatre Pittsfield MA Massachusetts New England stage proscenium curtain The Colonial performing arts architecture baroque Berkshire Mountains cinema McElfatrick Joseph McArthur Vance wide angle pentax K-5 photomatix tone mapped fisheye restoration historic building Trig Photography Frank C. Grace colonialtheatre.org

N 14 B 2.1K C 43 E Mar 30, 2011 F Mar 31, 2011
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National Historic Site

Architect: Wilson,H.M.
Built in 1873

Added to NRHP:December 7, 1981
NRHP Reference#:81000714

"The gate-house, where the water is taken from the lake, was built 225 feet from the shore, where the depth of water is yen feet; so that in years of extreme drought, when the lake is sometimes five feet below high-water mark, there is a depth of at least five feet of water at the gate-house and four feet in the pump-well."

Tags:   gate house fall river water works Massachusetts new england pump house pumping station hdr urbex abandoned historic water north watuppa pond drinking water bestofblinkwinners

N 11 B 6.1K C 33 E Mar 30, 2011 F Mar 31, 2011
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National Historic Site

Architect: Wilson,H.M.
Built in 1873

Added to NRHP:December 7, 1981
NRHP Reference#:81000714

"During the year 1872 the foundations of the engine-house, boiler-house, and coal-house were built, and the superstructure was completed the following year, being constructed of granite quarried in the immediate neighborhood, on the lot bought by the city for the pumping station and reservoir.

The engine-house was made large enough for four engines - two for the high-service and two for the low-service - which it was thought the increasing wants of the city would ultimately require."

Tags:   Wilson H.M. architect historic site fall river water works Massachusetts NRHP pump house pumping station urbex hdr decay abandoned pentax k-5 wide angle sigma 10-20 1873 water supply bedford street


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