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August 5, 2014

Looking Back: Fraser Water Tower

By Nick Mordowanec
C & G Staff Writer

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Looking Back: Fraser Water Tower

The Fraser Water Tower was erected on 14 Mile Road, west of Utica Road, in 1948. It was used until 1964 when Fraser switched to Detroit water. The landmark was used by planes at nearby McKinley Airport. In 1973, it was sold to another community for a dollar and removed from the area.

From Alan Naldrett, Fraser Historical Society


Do you own a piece of history? Send us your historically significant photos from around town, and we may be able to feature them in an upcoming edition of Looking Back. Email your photos and information to Nick Mordowanec at nmordowanec@candgnews.com or call (586) 279-1118.

 

You can reach C & G Staff Writer Nick Mordowanec at nmordowanec@candgnews.com or at (586)279-1118.