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    • Humber Bay Storm Water Treatment Facility

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    • Built 1998. Project Description: At the storm water management facility, runoff is collected and directed into the first of a series of five cells in the treatment area. As the storm water flows into the cells, it must pass through a series of...
    • dredge

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    • The upstream dredge, or the dredge that pumped sand and gravel from Lake McConaughy side of dam to form the west face of Kingsley Dam. Image was actually taken from postcard that was available in the area.
    • Excavation site on Supply Canal

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    • A Monighan excavator (background) works along side two smaller draglines to excavate the Supply Canal. The picture shows what appears to be the spillway for what is probably the Johnson No. 1 Hydroplant. Johnson Lake would be formed about 1 mile...
    • photo of dredge

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    • Looking northeast toward downstream dredge and North Platte River channel in background. The dredge was one of two (one on either side of the dam) used to pump sand and gravel from the riverbed to form the upstream and downstream sides of Kingsley...
    • Johnson Lake inlet

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    • Photo was taken looking upstream at Johnson Lake inlet structure showing 255 cfs entering the lake. Diversion began at North Platte at 9:30 p.m. Nov. 25, 1940 and the water first arrived at the Johnson Lake inlet on Jan. 19, 1941 at 11:33 p.m.

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