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== Photograph of the Pulgas Waterworks statue commemorating the completion of the water system that brings water to the City from Hetch Hetchy. Photograph of the Crystal Springs reservoir, built over the San Andreas Fault. ==
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Photograph of the Pulgas Waterworks statue commemorating the completion of the water system that brings water to the City from Hetch Hetchy.  
  
 
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This stone temple has a twin in the East Bay near Sunol; both are dedicated to the completion of San Francisco's publicly owned water system which brings fresh water from Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite 280-odd miles to the city.
 
This stone temple has a twin in the East Bay near Sunol; both are dedicated to the completion of San Francisco's publicly owned water system which brings fresh water from Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite 280-odd miles to the city.
  
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Revision as of 16:17, 19 December 2007

Outofsf$junipero-serra-statue.jpg

A large monument of Father Junipero Serra looms over the I-280 Freeway and the Crystal Springs reservoir, artificial lagoons holding San Francisco's drinking water right over the San Andreas Fault.

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Photograph of the Pulgas Waterworks statue commemorating the completion of the water system that brings water to the City from Hetch Hetchy.

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San Francisco Water Department's Pulgas Waterworks

This stone temple has a twin in the East Bay near Sunol; both are dedicated to the completion of San Francisco's publicly owned water system which brings fresh water from Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite 280-odd miles to the city.

photo by Chris Carlsson

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