Water tower foundation for National Potash Plant
Nebraska Potash Plant
Foundation of the railroad water tower.
Redwood pipes located about 10 miles north of Antioch.
The pipes were buried approximately 3 feet underground.
A depression can be seen in the ground in the middle of the photo where the pipe is buried.
Erosion has exposed the pipe a 100 years later.
Wire is wrapped around the pipe to hold it in place.
Tar was applied to the pipe to make it watertight.
Pumps were located along the line to keep the water flowing to the potash plants.
Redwood was used in the construction of the pipe.
Structure from potash industry relocated to nearby ranch.
These structures may have been in use at the potash plants.
Vacant ranch house north of Antioch.
Building from potash industry re-purposed as a chicken house.
Potash industry era building.
Western Potash Plant