The New Baltimore Water Towers (1902-1953) / (1948-2016)

Once emblazoned with "History Harbor, New Baltimore", the New Baltimore Water Tower was erected in 1948 by the Chicago Bridge and Iron Works for the winning bid of $25,000. It is 147ft tall and has a capacity of 100,000 gallons in the main tank, plus 18,000 gallons in it's riser pipe.

The tower had been out of active service since 1994, and was demolished in 2016.

This tower replaced the prior water tower that was erected in 1902 and demolished in 1953.