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A live look at downtown Cleveland from the Cleveland Water 5-Mile Crib in Lake Erie.
The 5-Mile Crib is a large orange structure that sits on top of an intake tunnel that takes water from the lake to our Kirtland Pump Station, which then pumps it to our Baldwin Water Treatment Plant.
It`s the only one of our 4 water intakes that is visible above the water. The outer shell is 100 feet in diameter and was originally constructed in 1898 and renovated in the early 1990s. From the time of its completion until 1960, workers would stay on the crib to operate a foghorn and navigational lights. Called 5-mile Crib because the tunnel connecting the intake to the pump station is 5 miles in length, the crib itself is actually 3.5 miles from shore.

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