Tyronza Water Tower

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Tyronza Water Tower
Tyronza AR 2011-08-20 002.jpg
The historic 1935 is located on the right, while the 2003 tower is on the left.
Tyronza Water Tower is located in Arkansas
Tyronza Water Tower
Location NW of jct. of Main St. and Oliver St., Tyronza, Arkansas
Coordinates 35°29′24″N 90°21′30″W / 35.49000°N 90.35833°W / 35.49000; -90.35833Coordinates: 35°29′24″N 90°21′30″W / 35.49000°N 90.35833°W / 35.49000; -90.35833
Area less than one acre
Built 1935
Architectural style Other, Plain Traditional
MPS New Deal Recovery Efforts in Arkansas MPS
NRHP Reference # 07000963[1]
Added to NRHP September 20, 2007

The Tyronza Water Tower is a historic elevated steel water tower located in Tyronza, Arkansas. It was built in 1935 by the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company in conjunction with the Public Works Administration as part of a project to improve the local water supply. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007, as part of a multiple-property listing that included numerous other New Deal-era projects throughout Arkansas. The Tyronza Water Tower is considered an excellent representation of 1930s-era waterworks construction.[2]

In 2003, a new, 200,000-gallon steel water tower was built next to the 1935 tower, in conjunction with other water system improvements in the area.[3] The old tower is still in use, however.

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