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The 35-meter-high Hohenbudberg water tower was built in 1915/16 by the Prussian railway administration to supply the Hohenbudberg marshalling yard and the railway settlement in Friemersheim (komoot.de/highlight/276592). In the attic there are two water tanks made of reinforced concrete, each with a capacity of 500 cubic meters. Below that were apartments. Today the tower is used as a studio, office and residential building.
The water tower is part of the Industrial Culture route: route-industriekultur.ruhr/themenrouten/03-duisburg-industriekultur-am-rhein/wasserturm-und-eisenbahnsiedlung-rheinhausen-friemersheim.html
February 8, 2018
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