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ANSWER: Shown in the photo is the Cascades, which tumbles beneath Foothill Blvd. and the Golden State Freeway out beyond San Fernando. This is Owens River water, pictured at the terminus of the 233-mile Owens River Aqueduct. It is, of course, a project of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and some of that water cascading down there could very well have provided your morning shower. KNOW YOUR CITY, NO.130 -- This is a river that is a long way from home. And it has been splashing down this spectacular spillway since 1913. There's nothing like it in the city. Yes, it's in the city. See answer on Page 36, Part l.
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Landmarks Aqueducts--California, Southern Waterworks--California--Los Angeles County Los Angeles Owens River Aqueduct System