Construction worker in steel snail shell in South Colton
Niagara Mohawk worker inside the steel “snail shell” that directs water against turbine blades, also known as a penstock. South Colton hydro-electric plant on the Raquette River, now owned by Brookfield Power. Photo taken by Niagara Mohawk News circa 1953. South Colton, NY. Photo: Colton Historical Society
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