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View below Birmingham Falls, looking down-stream.

View below Birmingham Falls, looking down-stream.

Kensico reservoir. View of dam showing expansion-joint in foreground and down-stream face stepped to receive granite facing. Contract 9. October 29, 1914.

Kensico reservoir. View of down-stream face of dam showing method of placing concrete with travelling derricks. Contract 9. October 30, 1913.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing down-stream side of Glenford dike on top of which is located the relocated Ulster and Delaware Railroad tracks. Contract 60. April 28, 1914.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of down-stream face of Olive Bridge dam. Complete portion of dam at left. Contract 3. September 7, 1911.

Kensico reservoir. Placing granite facing on the down-stream face of the dam. Bands of rusticated stone at the expansion-joints in dam. Contract 9. August 12, 1915.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of Olive Bridge dam from down-stream side of South wing, showing completed masonry section across Esopus creek. Contract 3. April 3, 1912.

Ashokan Reservoir. Placing first concrete block on down-stream face of Olive Bridge dam. Note grouting machine at work in middle ground. Contract 3. October 18, 1908.

Ashokan Reservoir. Down-stream face of Olive Bridge dam with concreting plant for placing plug in stream-control conduit. Contract 3. November 18, 1913.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of Olive Bridge dam showing down-stream face of masonry section. Stone crusher and concrete mixing plant in left background. Contract 3. June 21, 1910.

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