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Spanish Gallons: 1907

Spanish Gallons: 1907

Circa 1907. "The Water Tower -- Fort Thomas, Kentucky." Combining a 100,000-gallon standpipe and Spanish-American War memorial. View full size.

 

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When I was a lad growing up in England, my parents lived in a small town that had a Keep (a forward warning point for the castle) that was still standing and it looked just like that.

I remember playing in it with my brothers and shooting imaginary arrows through the crossbow slots.

Ft. Thomas Kentucky

Here is some history about Ft. Thomas. The history also has some information about the Stone Water Tower.

Here is what it looks like today...

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