Fort Steele Water Tower: 0464.0001

Fort Steele Water Tower

0464.0001: Fort Steele Water Tower

The original Fort Steele water tower, after which the lookout tower at Fort Steele Heritage Town was modeled. Sited overlooking the Wild Horse Creek and close beside the originial North West Mounted Police post, this artifact burned by act of arson in the 1980s.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1980
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0464)


Cities arrow Fort Steele arrow Utilities arrow Waterarrow

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