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Former water pumping plant in Aguas Corrientes, Canelones, Uruguay

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Former water pumping plant, for the city of Montevideo. Inaugurated on July 18, 1871. At first coal worked until 1929 in which it begins to use fuel oil. Continued worked until 1967. The bombs were built by the British firm Hathorn Davey & Co. Engineers. England Leeds. Is a historic structure near the actual modern plant, in the small city of "Aguas Corrientes" near the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo.

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