After restoration, in August 2011
Before restoration, in June 2009
The Guaranteed Pure Milk bottle is a landmark water tower in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, located at 1025 Lucien L'Allier Street. The 6 tonnes (13,000 lb), 10-metre (33 ft)-high Art Deco structure was designed in 1930 by architects Hutchison, Wood & Miller as advertising for the Guaranteed Pure Milk Company.
The giant riveted steel quart of milk was built by Dominion Bridge Company. It has a 250,000-litre (66,000 US gal; 55,000 imp gal) capacity.
In 2009, it was restored after years of disrepair, thanks to the efforts of volunteers, $100,000 in private donations, and lobbying by Heritage Montreal.
Coordinates: 45°29′45″N 73°34′22″W / 45.4959°N 73.5727°W