Una torre de 500,00 galones de agua de la Segunda Guerra Mundial en las calles Clay y Center desciende lentamente el miércoles. La parte superior de la torre de agua de Cal se cortará para ser reciclado. / A World War II era 500,00 gallon water tower at Clay and Center Streets slowly comes down Wednesday. The top portion of Cal water tower will be cut up for recycling.
Una torre de 500,00 galones de agua de la Segunda Guerra Mundial en las calles Clay y Center desciende lentamente el miércoles. La parte superior de la torre de agua de Cal se cortará para ser reciclado. / A World War II era 500,00 gallon water tower at Clay and Center Streets slowly comes down Wednesday. The top portion of Cal water tower will be cut up for recycling. CALIXTRO ROMIAS The Record
Una torre de 500,00 galones de agua de la Segunda Guerra Mundial en las calles Clay y Center desciende lentamente el miércoles. La parte superior de la torre de agua de Cal se cortará para ser reciclado. / A World War II era 500,00 gallon water tower at Clay and Center Streets slowly comes down Wednesday. The top portion of Cal water tower will be cut up for recycling. CALIXTRO ROMIAS The Record

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June 14, 2017 04:35 PM

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