Middleboro Waterworks

The Middleboro Waterworks are historic waterworks on E. Grove St. at Nesmasket River and Wareham St. at Barden Hill Road in Middleborough, Massachusetts. The 1885 masonry pumphouse is one of the earliest public water works buildings in southeastern Massachusetts. It, and the well from which it pumps water, were built by the local fire district. The building has Queen Anne styling; the well itself is covered by an octagonal roof with cupola. The waterworks were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990 Lamy Safari with Noodler’s black ink and Holbein and Mission watercolors in a Stillman and Birn sketchbook.

2015-12-29 Middleboro Waterworks

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2 thoughts on “Middleboro Waterworks

  1. waynejacques January 1, 2016 / 5:54 am

    Thanks. I have been wanting to paint this building all year.

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