Hetch Hetchy Water System – CA

Description

“San Franciscos Hetch Hetchy water system, completed in 1934, is a 167-mile, gravity-driven network of dams, reservoirs, tunnels, pump stations, aqueducts and pipelines that collects Tuolumne River runoff on federal land near the Yosemite Valley and transports it to the San Francisco Bay Area.”

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Location Info


Crystal Springs Reservoir
CA 94010

Location notes:
Location marker is for the Crystal Springs Reservoir, the westerly terminus of the Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct. This water supply system runs underneath the Bay and throughout the city.

Coordinates: 37.528000, -122.365000

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