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== Reservoirs ==
 
== Reservoirs ==
Mt Tabor Park contains four [[reservoirs]], three of which are still in use. [[Reservoir 2]], on the corner of [[SE 60th]] and [[SE Division]], was decommissioned in the 1980s, and the property was sold to a private developer. Its gatehouse remains, and is used as a private residence. The other three reservoirs are still in use and are [[Reservoir 1]], [[Reservoir 5]], and the largest, [[Reservoir 6]], which contains two 37 million gallon chambers and a fountain.
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Mt Tabor Park contains four [[reservoirs]], three of which are still in use. [[Reservoir 2]], on the corner of [[SE 60th Avenue]] and [[SE Division Street]], was decommissioned in the 1980s, and the property was sold to a private developer. Its gatehouse remains, and is used as a private residence. The other three reservoirs are still in use and are [[Reservoir 1]], [[Reservoir 5]], and the largest, [[Reservoir 6]], which contains two 37 million gallon chambers and a fountain.
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 12:44, 23 September 2013

Mount Tabor Park in Southeast Portland. Numbered areas are reservoirs.

Mt. Tabor Park is part of the Portland Parks and Recreation system and sits on top of Mount Tabor, between SE Belmont Street, SE 72nd Avenue, SE Division Street, and SE 60th Avenue.

Reservoirs

Mt Tabor Park contains four reservoirs, three of which are still in use. Reservoir 2, on the corner of SE 60th Avenue and SE Division Street, was decommissioned in the 1980s, and the property was sold to a private developer. Its gatehouse remains, and is used as a private residence. The other three reservoirs are still in use and are Reservoir 1, Reservoir 5, and the largest, Reservoir 6, which contains two 37 million gallon chambers and a fountain.

External links

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