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Index of Tanks & Silos.

Through Google Maps, global coordinates have been established for many of the tanks and silos that we know to be extant. In most cases it is possible to see the historic structure by manipulating "street view".

Public Water Supply Tanks, Victoria.

Gisborne Demolished 1905 Story.  
Bairnsdale -37.82548, 147.59447 1905 Story. Photo.
Wunghnu -36.15214, 145.43135 1905 Story. Photo.
Pyramid Hill   1907 Story. Photo.
Katamatite -36.082905, 145.6903 1909 Story. Photo.
Saint James   1909 Story. Photo.
Tungamah -36.16152, 145.87888 1909 Story. Photo.
Mildura -34.18546, 142.16398 1911 Story. Photo.
Tatura -36.44296, 145.2224 1911 Story. Photo1.
Photo2.
Charlton -36.25888, 143.34673 1913 Story. Photo.
Mortlake   1913 Story. Photo.
Rochester (tank replaced) -36.36194, 144.70315 1914 Story. Photo1.
Photo2.
Tongala (modified) -36.25187, 144.94872 1914 Story. Photo.
Echuca -36.12842, 144.7486 1914 Story. Photo.
Wahgunyah -36.01238, 146.39585 1914 Story. Photo.
Murtoa Demolished 1914 Story.  

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Industrial Tanks.

Railway water tank, Mildura. (Project.)   1902 Story. Drg.
British Australasian Tobacco Co Ltd, 2 Tanks   1908?, 1911? Story.  
Bell's Match Factory, Richmond Demolished 1907 Story.  
Post Office Cable Tanks, Lorimer St., Port Melbourne   1909    
Malt Tanks, Carlton Brewery -37.80572, 144.96274 1905 Story.  
Railway Tank, Dudley St Carriage Shed Demolished 1908 Story. Photo.
North Geelong Tank -38.11258, 144.35644 1914 Story. Photo.
Hackett's Tannery, Richmond   1908    

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Agricultural Tanks & Silos.

Farm water tank, Caldermeade Estate   1903 Story. Photo.
Farm Silos, Sparrovale/Sparrowvale, Geelong Demolished 1908 Story.  
Farm Silo, Mont Park   1912   Photo.
Wheat Silos, Rupanyup -36.62617, 142.63719 1908? Story. Photo.
Wise Bros Wheat Silos, Tocumwal -35.80972, 145.55671 1912 Story. Photo.

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Institutional Tanks

Austin Hospital (in ground)   1909    
Lara Inebriates AsylumTank (in ground)   1910    
Mont Park Asylum (above ground) -37.71429, 145.06579 1912 Story. Photo.

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Tanks and Silos of the
South Australian Reinforced Concrete Company.

Magill by 1909 Mention  
Pewsey Vale (Lyndoch) by 1909 Mention  
Strathalbyn by 1909 Mention  
"Corporation Tar Reservoir"(?) by 1909 Mention  
Wallaroo Mines: Cooling Tank (built); Ore Concentrates Bins (project) 1909-1910 Story  
Tank at Mile End Running Sheds(designed by Works Dept.) 1911 Story Photo.
Pt Adelaide grain silos (project) 1911 Story  
Abattoirs, Dry Creek, Adelaide (2 tanks) 1912 Story  
Mannum 1912 Story  
Tailem Bend (1) 1912 Story  
Outer Harbour Tank (project) 1912 Story  
Loxton (unsuccessful tender) 1912 Story  
Port Augusta (project?) 1912 Notes  
Hundred of Glynn (project) 1912 Notes  
Murray Bridge 1913 Story  
Gladstone 1913 Story  
Karoonda and Alawoona (project) 1914 Notes  
Renmark 1913 Story  
Taplan 1914 Notes  
Fisher's 1914 Note  
Noarlunga, Reynella, and industrial dispute 1914 Notes  
Paltridge's 1914 Story  
Tailem Bend (2) project 1914 Story  
Abattoirs Condenser Tank 1914 Note  
Islington 1914 Notes  
Glencope (Copeville), Urrabirra (Mulpata), Peebinga (projects) 1914 Story  
Minippa (2) 1914 Story  

A number of on-ground tanks were built by SARC, including two for the Wallaroo and Moonta Mining and Smelting Co Ltd which consisted of r.c. walls and clay floors. (The record for these tanks ceases with winning of the contract in 1914).

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