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Now I'm curious Bill, wonder what they are used for?
One tank is for oil and the other is for kerosene
Looks like a simple concept and the gravity will do the work. Hope the pavement under it is a bit liquid proof to prevent contamination of the soil.
...a similar sight here too.
We have tanks like that in several locations right next to the water (Long Island Sound), in what today would be prime real estate locations.
The telecom tower and church spire make interesting background.
quite big tanks
They are everywhere!
Big tanks between the church and telephone tower. Greetings Caroline
We can't do without them.
I had to look pretty hard to find the tanks. Good one.
Great photo for the history books. You're a genius how you record history with your photos. No words ... just a photo which in future would be studied over and cherished. Your Blog is great in this respect.God bless.
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So many details in this pic, Bill!
They look very big. I love the steeple to the left!
I remember working near tanks like these in Doraville, Georgia USA.HAve a nice week, Bill. I'll be taking a blog break but will still visit with you.
Tanks are important all over the world.
I've never seen on up close!
Tanks are in universal use'MB
Tanks, with steeple...and communications tower.
You're welcome! (I checked first to make sure someone hadn't already said it. It had to be said!)
… we do need storage tanks!All the best Jan
They look big.
Tanks a lot!