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Largest pipe line ever built of wood - The Northwestern Electric Company has just completed a pipe line on the White Salmon River, Washington, which is one mile in length, 13 feet 6 inches inside diameter and built entirelyof wood staves. This tube carries sufficient water to generate a 16,000 horse-power electric current. Not only is the conduit itself made of wood but it is supported entirely on timber cradles.
Kiser Photographic Co.
9.25"(H) x 11.5"(W) x .75"(D)
Galen Biery papers and photographs
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Western Washington University
Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
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