View of 5-story tall Allis-Chalmers VTE pumping engine, known as "Old #7", and lovingly maintained by the staff of the Water Works until its abandonment.
"Old #7" approaching sunset, in the 1915 addition to the Engine House built specifically to house this pump.
Another view of "Old #7" approaching sunset, in the 1915 addition to the Engine House.
The iconic cast iron stairs of "Old #7", the well-preserved 1915 5-story VTE pumping engine manufactured by Allis-Chalmers.
Some of the dirty conduit pipes in the engine house, captured just before sunrise.
Pipe connecting machines in engine house, photographed during civil twilight.
Stairs down to sub-level of Allis-Chalmers 5 story VTE known as "Old #7".
View of the engine house addition from the top of the "Old #7" pumping engine, taken in 2009.
View of the engine house addition from the top of the "Old #7" pumping engine, now flooded, taken in 2011.
Fish swimming around the sub-levels of the "Old #7" VTE pumping engine after the flooding of the engine house.
Stairs down to maintenance rooms in the older portion of the engine house during a low-water period; when the house is flooded these stairs are submerged.
Controls for the #14 and #15 pumping engines.
#3 pumping engine, a 20+ MGD centrifugal engine from Allis-Chalmers, housed in one of the original portions of the engine house.
Main control room for the 1915 addition to the engine house.
Stairs built specifically to skirt a large outflow pipe in the sublevel of the 1915 addition to the engine house.
Employee shower area.
Office chair and employee lockers in the (now-flooded) basement of the engine house.
Enormous carbon tank at rear of engine house complex.
Courtyard in the center of engine house complex.