Funny Water Tower In Gas Kansas

“Gas Kan” Water Tower Gas, Kansas submitted by “Runner” (Barb) and Glenda originally posted: July 19, 2009 Barb updated: August 23, 2017 Glenda Barb: A water tower, taken over by the townspeople — who definitely have a sense of humor! This is in Gas, Kansas (get it??) 🙂 Wendyvee: We have an additional new photo of the fabulously funny Gas Kan. Thanks, Glenda! Believe it or not, the...

World’s Largest Catsup Bottle

World’s Largest Catsup Bottle 800 South Morrison Avenue Collinsville, Illinois submitted by: Thomas Southwood wendyvee says: Big thanks to Tom for adding the giant Brooks Catsup bottle to our collection! This giant example of America’s favorite non-Newtonian fluid has been on my “to do” list for quite awhile 🙂 The Brooks water tank was constructed in 1949, according to the Collinsville...

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...

The Laurel & Hardy Museum

The Laurel & Hardy Museum 250 North Louisville Street Harlem, Georgia submitted by “Road Runner″ (Bill) wendyvee says: The number of roadside wonders located in the beautiful state of Georgia continues to climb!  Until Bill shared his great pics of The Laurel & Hardy Museum (located in Harlem, Georgia), I was unaware that Oliver Hardy was from this tiny southern hamlet. Learn more about Oliver...

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