R. C. Harris Filtration Plant, Pumping Station, Toronto, 2001

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

The R. C. Harris Water Treament Plant is an architecturally significant set of buildings named after the visionary Toronto public works commissioner who initiated and guided its construction beginning in 1932 until the facility opened in 1941.

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