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[View of an unidentified structure with a turret.]

Rock cut, sta. 290, sec. 8.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of engineers on the project at work in their office.]

Curve 16, sec. 7.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Section 10, Waban Valley bridge, view looking west shows pier no. 2 and the pile foundations for pier no. 3.

[View of an unidentified structure with a turret.]

West portal of tunnel, sec. 8.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Arch at Ellis St.(?).

[View showing brickmasons and equipment.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Bacon's waste weir, sec. 7.

[View of two people standing under completed arch.]

[View of engineers on the project at work in their office.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of engineers on the project at work in their office.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of an unidentified structure with a turret.]

Sudbury River Conduit, section 1, coffer dam at farm pond looking west.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Big cut, sta. 236.

Big cut, sta. 236.

[View of two people sitting on a small, completed arch.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Section 10, Waban Valley bridge, view looking west shows pier no. 2 and the pile foundations for pier no. 3.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Bacon's waste weir, sec. 7.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, section 10, Waban Valley Bridge, view looking east shows foundations.

[View of a completed arch.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of an unidentified structure with a turret.]

Boston water works, Dam no. 2, Sudbury River.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

East portal, sec. 6.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, section 10, Waban Valley Bridge, view looking east shows foundations.

Sudbury River Conduit, section #3 near Dametto orchard looking west.

West portal, section 6, sta. 20184.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

East portal, sec. 8, sta. 30978.

East portal, sec. 6.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Rock cut, sta. 290, sec. 8.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

East portal, sec. 8, sta. 30978.

Sudbury River Conduit, section #3 near Dametto orchard looking west.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of two people sitting on a small, completed arch.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Arch at Ellis St.(?).

Boston water works, Dam no. 2, Sudbury River.

Boston water works, Dam no. 2, Sudbury River.

[View of two people standing under completed arch.]

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Bacon's waste weir, sec. 7, sta. 27140.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

[View of an unidentified building, horse and buggy in front.]

Reverse curve, Summerwell estate, sta. 3421.

Bacon's waste weir, sec. 7, sta. 27140.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Boston water works, Dam no. 1, Sudbury River.

Sudbury River Conduit, section 1, coffer dam at farm pond looking west.

Boston water works, Dam no. 2, Sudbury River.

West portal of tunnel, sec. 8.

[View of engineers on the project at work in their office.]

Reverse curve, Summerwell estate, sta. 3421.

Curve 16, sec. 7.

[View of a completed arch.]

Boston water works, Dam no. 1, Sudbury River.

West portal, section 6, sta. 20184.

[View showing brickmasons and equipment.]

[View of an unidentified building, horse and buggy in front.]

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 17, Nov. 13, 1876. View near rock-cut on sec. 17 showing ledgemen in the foreground and brickmasons in the background.

[Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Nov. 6th, 1876, Division 1, Section 1, view of Farm Pond gate house foundations, showing west end of coffer dam.]

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Nov. 13, 1876. View of south side view of arches "A" and "C" with centrings.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Sept. 13, 1876, view near Beacon St.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Sept. 13, 1876. View showing interior structure of Charles River Bridge over arches "F" & "G".

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 17, Nov. 13, 1876. View near rock-cut showing ledgemen in the foreground and brickmasons in the background.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W. div. 4, sec 15, ledge of cut, Aug. 17 1876.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Sept. 1876, Dam III, Rubble masonry foundations, southeast corner of gate house.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W. div. 4, sec 15, Aug. 17 1876, ledge cut.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Sept. 13, 1876. View of centring of arch "A" (when almost completed) from east bank of river and looking down stream.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Aug. 1876, Dam no. 1, Pairing below overflow, south side of river.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, 1876, Dam no. 1, view of foundations, looking towards Frasts(?).

Boston Water works, Sudbury River Conduit, Nov. 6, 1876, south end of wooden dam on Sudbury River showing R.R. bridge and small bridge used for taking experiments with current water.

Current testing apparatus.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Sept. 13, 1876. View of centring of arch "A" (when almost completed) from east bank of river and looking down stream.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 16, Oct. 18, 1876. View taken on top of bridge and looking east.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, 1876, Division III, west siphon chamber, showing 48" pipes for siphon.

Boston water works, Sudbury River Conduit, 1876, Division III, Section 13, Almshouse embankment, looking east.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Sept. 13, 1876. View showing interior structure of Charles River Bridge over arches "F" & "G".

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Oct. 18, 1876. View of south and east sides of east abutment of large arch.

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