A water tower stores water for a town's use.

A water tower in Gaffney, SC, in the shape of a peach.

Detailed Description

One way water is supplied to town residents is for the water department pump water from a reservoir, river, or well into a water tower, which often sits on high points in the town. Then, using gravity, the water flows through pipes all the way to the last house in a far away subdivision.

This image shows the Peachoid, a water tower in Gaffney, South Carolina, that was built and painted to look like a peach.


Image Dimensions: 360 x 524

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Location Taken: US