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Neighborhoods of Duluth: Central Hillside, Water and Gas Company Workmen, Duluth, Minnesota

Central Hillside; water and gas company workmen laying pipe; men; equipment; machines; tools; buildings; bridge; houses ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Neighborhoods of Duluth: Central Hillside, Water and Gas Company Workmen, Duluth, Minnesota

Central Hillside; water and gas company workmen laying pipe; men; equipment; machines; tools; buildings; bridge; houses; cars ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Aerial Lift Bridge: Steam Plant Construction, Duluth, Minnesota

The Duluth Steam Corporations steam plant was built by many hardworking men in 1932 from March through the summer and autumn. It is frequently in photographs when the view is toward the canal or Canal Park area, and is identified by its smoke stack. The smoke stack is completed in this shot. The building is located at 200 or 202 Lake Avenue South or 1 Lake Place Drive. Its name became the Duluth Steam Cooperative. Today it furnishes steam heat to hundreds of downtown buildings. Note the railroad spur that turns in next to the steam plant. ~ Photo Credit: [...]

Aerial Lift Bridge: Steam Plant Construction, Duluth, Minnesota

The Duluth Steam Corporations steam plant was built by many hardworking men, some are visible, in 1932 from March through the summer and autumn. It is frequently in photographs when the view is toward the canal or Canal Park area, and is identified by its smoke stack. The smoke stack is being built: it is the cylinder. It is located at 202 Lake Avenue South or 1 Lake Place Drive. Its name became the Duluth Steam Cooperative. Today it furnishes steam heat to hundreds of downtown buildings. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota [...]

Aerial Lift Bridge: Steam Plant Construction, Unloading automobiles off a freighter at the harbor, Duluth, Minnesota

The Duluth Steam Corporations steam plant was built by many hardworking men, some are visible, in 1932 from March through the summer and autumn. It is frequently in photographs when the view is toward the canal or Canal Park area, and is identified by its smoke stack. The smoke stack is being built: it is the cylinder. It is located at 202 Lake Avenue South or 1 Lake Place Drive. Its name became the Duluth Steam Cooperative. Today it furnishes steam heat to hundreds of downtown buildings. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota [...]

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