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Ancient Aqueducts
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Any type of aqueduct built to provide water to villages, cities and communities. It can be an aerial aqueduct, an underground aqueduct, a surface aqueduct or a mix of all types.

They brought us water, now they brings us our history.

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Backhouse Mill, built in 1798, is a Canadian National Historic Site. The aqueduct carried water from the pond above Dedricks Creek dam to the mill for processing flour. It is one of the earliest and best preserved examples of this industry in Canada.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Trail Blaisers

location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 6/5/2019

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