Historic Standpipe at Bremen, Indiana

This remarkably well-preserved water tower was built in 1892. Removed from service in 1955, it still stands at the trademark of this excellent little town. Very few standpipes still exist, and few if any are in such good shape. We tend to forget that we have something really rare right in the middle of town. We should take care of it, take pride in having it, take note of its historic significance, and enjoy its unique beauty at all times of the day and night.

LED's were used to replace the old incandescent lights.

Glamour shot!

With corbels of the old opera house.

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