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Vicinity Map, Glenmont Water Tower, 12413 Georgia Avenue, M-NCPPC GIS

Aerial View, M-NCPPC GIS, 10-2012

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Glenmont Water Tower, aerial view. Bing.com. Accessed October 30, 2012.

View Northwest on Georgia Avenue, toward Layhill Road. Clare Lise Kelly, September 12, 2012

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Glenmont Water Tower, upper right, Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, 1950, updated to 1963. Note: The water tower data for height and capacity is in error.

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Water tower condition before restoration, 2005 image. Chester Hawkins, Washington DC (IntangibleArts ) Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/intangible/29821675/

Water tower during restoration, April 22, 2009. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sixty-two/3468328418/

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Glenmont Water Tower detail, 2005 image by Chester Hawkins, Washington DC (IntangibleArts ) Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/intangible/29821676/

Telecommunication antenna arrays located on top of water tower. Source: Transmission Facilities Coordinating Group, montgomerycountymd.gov

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Water comes from the filtration plant or reservois (A). A pump (B) pressurizes the water and sends it to the primary feeder pipes (C). When the pump produces more water than the system demands, excess flows into the water tower (D). Source: Howstuffworks.com

How Water Towers Work, WSSC graphic, wsscwater.com

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