Sand Canyon Station DVD
“Sand Canyon, located on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada, was a crucial ink in the 20th Century’s most difficult engineering feats-construction of the California Aqueduct. When it was completed in 1913, the “Big Ditch” as it was often called, was the longest aqueduct in the Western Hemisphere.”
“San Canyon Station offers a fascinating glimpse into the past as told by Henry Schuette, whose father worked with William Mulholland in building the aqueduct, and Lois Ramsey Carr, Robert Ramsey and Litha Crowell Mattis whose fathers were aqueduct patrolmen in the 1930s and 1940s.”
“Using historic aqueduct footage, rare family photos, archival material, and original photography, Sand Canyon Station allows you to peak into the past.” 37 minutes.
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