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Mariemont Steam Plant
Posted to Facebook History of the Peavine Group Page January 10, 2019 by Jeff Wood. Description from post

The Mariemont steam heating plant. Build back in the 20s. They would go through 40 tons of coal a day on a cold winter day. This is why it was built at the end of the clare yard to have easy access to the eastern ohio coal.

[D Lamb Note: Not sure of the photo date, but in the lower left corner, it appears to be dated 1925[
 
Location: Clare Yard Date: 1/1/1925
Source: Jeff Wood Personal Collection
Photo ID: 1893
Photo Link: Click Here To See Original
Categories: Misc. Building |  Clare Yard | 
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