Today Pat Brown is remembered as a builder—of freeways and universities and waterworks.
Below, a waterworks at Tokyo Disneyland gets interrupted by the 8.9 quake.
The waterworks tend to switch on at moments of teeth-grinding stress and sweet relief.
The area supplied by Manchester waterworks was about 85 square miles, inhabited by a million people.
The smoke ascending from the waterworks was no greyer than the day.
The morning after the election Hendricks began a lawsuit as a taxpayer and citizen to make the waterworks company move its plant.
The head of the patrol is now at the bridge, XVI (un') northwest of the waterworks.
The few tents fell, and men in brown uniforms moved hither and thither near the waterworks building.
Give the method of reconnoitering the buildings at the waterworks and coal mine.
Both hotels, the waterworks, and the gas works belonged to him, and there was complaint of his extortions.
A bar; a saloon; a drinking place: That place is the waterhole of choice for aspiring actors/ a posh watering hole on Madison Avenue/ gathering for the school's alums and their friends at selected watering spots (1960s+)