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    HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS Finding Newton’s Old Waterworks at Cutler Pond

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    June 26, 2011


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    HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS Finding Newton’s Old Waterworks at Cutler Pond

    Finding Newton’s Old Waterworks at Cutler Pond Few people walking through the woods at Cutler Pond realize that this state park is the site of a waterworks that was constructed by Newton in the 1870s for its supply of clean water. Guided by old diagrams and photos, join Lucy Caldwell-Stair to locate the old pumps and wells along the 1.5 mile trail and visualize how this elaborate engineering system worked. Extra option: a 1-mile walk along the site of the old filter basins and the pumping station at Needham Street. Meet at the Cutler Pond DCR parking lot on Kendrick Street just across the Charles River in Needham. Free.


    Historic Newton

    527 Washington Street
    Newton, MA 02458

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    Admission Info:

    free


    General Day and Time Info:

    2 pm



    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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