A Section of the Big Tunnel through which Catskill Water passes under New York—The main in the middle distance gives some idea of the tremendous size of the stream of water required for New York. The small streams flowing in are underground springs. These were ultimately dammed back by grouting placed between the concrete lining and the solid rock.

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