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Rivey Hill Water Tower

History of Water Tower

Listed Building:

The water tower on Rivey Hill, Linton is designated at Grade II, for the following principal reasons:

Built in 1935-6 as part of the Linton water scheme, it is a striking example of Art Deco design.

Unusually for its date, it was constructed in brick rather than concrete, in order to harmonise with the landscape. (Historic England)


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