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S-R Archive find of the day: 1950 sewer tunnel

On December 27, 1950 the Spokane Daily Chronicle featured this photo of the giant tunnel that was being constructed under the north side of Spokane.  About 70 workers entered the tunnel, which was built to house the city's intercepting sewer,  each day during the construction.
On December 27, 1950 the Spokane Daily Chronicle featured this photo of the giant tunnel that was being constructed under the north side of Spokane. About 70 workers entered the tunnel, which was built to house the city's intercepting sewer, each day during the construction.

S-R Archive find of the day: On Dec. 27, 1950, the Spokane Daily Chronicle featured this photo of the giant tunnel that was being constructed under the north side of Spokane. About 70 workers entered the tunnel, which was built to house the city's intercepting sewer, each day during the construction.




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