Recent Examples of water tower from the Web
The views extend from nearby wooden water towers to the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center.
Lead paint continues to be used to coat water towers and factory floors, Roberts said.
Included in the revamp: two massive water towers and 13 water slides, including Daredevil’s Peak, which, at 135 feet above the sand, will become the tallest slide in North America when it’s completed next spring.
The water tower will also remain and city officials plan to preserve a few warehouse and Quonset hut structures to use for temporary storage space.
Glaciers help sustain rivers downslope through the drier months by providing a constant stream of meltwater, like a frozen water tower that collects in the winter and rations it out over the summer.
That's because pressure drops as the distance from the water towers and Old Jefferson water treatment plant increases.
The water tower was installed to feed the building’s sprinkler system.
The trio have been locked away in the Warner Bros. Studio water tower for ages, but escape every day, making the world into their personal playground.
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Definition of water tower for English Language Learners
: a tower with a large container for storing water that is usually supplied to buildings located near it
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