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  • Largely unseen by the public, hidden tunnels circle the Fresno Water Tower

    Built for structural support, the massive wall that surrounds the historic Fresno Water Tower hides a pair of storage tunnels. Alisha Xiong, Fresno Water Tower official, talks about the hidden feature that also houses original porthole-type windows - which were later replaced - dating from the first days of the water tower in 1894.

Largely unseen by the public, hidden tunnels circle the Fresno Water Tower

Built for structural support, the massive wall that surrounds the historic Fresno Water Tower hides a pair of storage tunnels. Alisha Xiong, Fresno Water Tower official, talks about the hidden feature that also houses original porthole-type windows - which were later replaced - dating from the first days of the water tower in 1894.
John Walker The Fresno Bee