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Water tunnel workers labor beneath Lake Michigan


GARY, Ind. -- Dark. Damp. And you can almost always count on the thermometer reading 55 degrees. That's the working environment day after day in a tunnel that runs hundreds of feet beneath Lake Michigan's blue waters.

In the shadow of the 94-year-old water tower on Madison Street in Gary, a pit bores down to the tunnel's entrance.

When the tunnel and new pumping station are finished this summer, hundreds of thousands of Northwest Indiana residents will begin drinking water that has passed through the tunnel. more...


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