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  • Joyce Dowtin

    Jonathunder This giant ear of corn is a functioning water tower, holding 50,000 gallons and measuring 60 feet high. It was constructed in 1931, and stands adjacent to the Seneca Foods Plant. Another large plastic ear of corn in a neighboring Minnesotan town rivals the Corn Water Tower for the title of World's Largest Ear of Corn. Rochester, Minnesota Read more at http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/architecture/news-worlds-10-weirdest-water-towers#ICXUp3QDeVd24dQq.99

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    cool water towers | Innovative and cool municipal water storage structures

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