Gallery: Historical Bay Area Pipes Still in Use

Some water pipes which data back to the Civil War are still in use in the Bay Area

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Market Street between 1st & Sansome streets after earthquake. Trench work.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
San Bruno Avenue streetcar, Dwight Street to 5th and Market via Bryant Street and San Bruno Avenue. Board of Public Works
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Dwight Street to 5th and Market via Bryant Street and San Bruno Avenue. Board of Public Works
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Earthquake damage to street. Marina district. Water Department crew working to repair water main damage.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Crew working to repair water main damage after an earthquake.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Yerba Buena Island: Installation of two 12" pipe connections. One pipe belongs to SFWD. Second pipe belongs to East Bay Mud. 09/16/2010.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Water seller in San Francisco, 1855.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
After the Earthquake and Fire, City Distribution Division. Howard & 6th Streets. 5/18/1906.
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
After the Earthquake and Fire, City Distribution Division, City Pipe System. 26th Street & Sanchez Street. 6/6/1906
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Courtesy of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
After the Earthquake and Fire. City Pipe System. Valencia Street between 18th and 19th streets.
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