The Memorial Park Storage Chambers in Toronto's Belt Line.
An "A-shaped conduit" in Toronto's Belt Line.
Looking out of a spillway at the Ontario Generating Station.
The "spectacular, formerly natural waterfall that the (Chedoke Falls) now feeds," in Hamilton, Ontario].
A "short drop" in Toronto's beautifully torqued and ovoid Viceroy.
Glimpses of the vaulted topologies installed inside the Earth at Niagara's William Birch Rankine Hydroelectric Tailrace.
Leaving the William Birch Rankine Hydroelectric Tailrace, Niagara Falls.
Deep inside the century-old wheelpit that is the beginning of the Rankine Generating Station Tailrace.
Inside a distributor tunnel at the Ontario Generating Station.
Beneath it All. Gargantua, Toronto.
Welcome to The Fall (Dark Version). Great Expectation, Mississauga.
The First one Found in Toronto thats made of Brick n Stone and is older than 50 years.
An English Sewer Overflow in Toronto?
Trying to find a way up. Mimico Creek.
Stalwart against the Foam. Thunder Road, Edmonton
Sample Inverted Oval. Floodhouse, Edmonton.
Exterior drainage system of a house in Dresden, Germany.
Japanese Sewers Photo Gallery.
Images copyright 2005 Edogawa River Office, all rights reserved.
The first sewerage system 'in Japan can be seen in the large communities in the Yayoi Period (approximately 2,200 years ago). In the Nara Period (about 1,300 years ago), a drainage system network ran throughout the city in the Heijo-kyo capital area. In the Azuchi-momoyama Period (approximately 430 years ago), a stone culvert called the Taiko Sewerage was built around Osaka Castle.'
That was way back & what you saw was no way less than amazing. So who were the ones who made all this difference? These are the people who have achieved it:
Partners who supported sewage works:
Ministry Of Land, Infrastructure & Transport.
Japan Sewage Works Association.
Japan Sewage Works Agency.
Japan Institute Of Wastewater Engineering Technology.
JSWA holds 'Sewage Works Exhibition every year where the latest sewage technologies are shown. It is a place where information is provided or sewage works businesses and products can be seen in hand and also a place where information is exchanged to help the mutual development of technology in future.'
Japan Institute of Wastewater Engineering Technology (JIWET) 'was established for the purpose of promoting introduction of new Technologies into sewerage works to make them efficient and smooth...'
And after seeing these photos one needs to say yes they all had worked very well & one gets the feel that some of these screen are from computer game.
Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
Cool Magazine Illusions.
Water Bridge: Now This Is Engineering.
Amazing Street Paintings Of Kurt Wenner.
Jan 9, 2008
Collection of ‘Sewers of the World’ for you.