Nassau’s 1928 Water Tower

Nassau’s 1928 Water Tower
Elizabeth Avenue
Nassau, New Providence
The Bahamas
submitted by “Road Runner” (Bill)

Bill says:
The Water Tower was erected in 1928 to maintain water pressure on the island. It is 126 feet (38.5 meters) tall and provides a marvelous panoramic view of  Nassau. 

This historic Water Tower was built with funds provided by the United States Government to reward the Bahamas for Nassau’s role in storing bootleg liquor during Prohibition. 

wendyvee says:
Click here for an interesting article about The Bahamas during the era of prohibition in the United States. Also, don’t miss Bill’s great photos of the nearby Fort Fincastle here on RoadsideWonders!


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