Bringing water to the towns
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|Caption||Bringing water to the towns. Growing towns demanded a proper water supply; in 1613, a new river was created to bring water to London, piped into the city in hollowed-out tree trunks to fountains and into houses by expensive lead pipes. Original artwork from Treasure no. 411 (5 December 1970).|
|Creator||Peter Jackson, British (1922–2003)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|London water water supply fountain pipes buckets servants houses street Bringing towns Peter Jackson|
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