Tide Water Pumping Station
Tide Water Pumping Station main building, December 2010
|Location||Southwestern corner of the junction of 900S and 300E, north of Coal City, Harrison Township, Clay County, Indiana|
|Area||12.5 acres (5.1 ha)|
|Architect||George J. Hanks|
|Architectural style||Queen Anne|
|NRHP reference #||99001076|
|Added to NRHP||September 3, 1999|
Tide Water Pumping Station, also known as Benton Station and SOHIO Pumping Station, is a historic pumping station complex and national historic district located in Harrison Township, Clay County, Indiana. The complex includes the 1 1/2-story, brick gale roofed pump house (1915); frame warehouse; a metal shed; two Queen Anne style dwellings; a metal garage; a concrete sluice and bridges; and the remains of a tennis court, dam and pond, and buried pipes. It is one of 14 pumping stations built along a 546.16 mile oil pipeline built between Crawford County, Illinois and Rixford, Pennsylvania. The station closed about 1957. 6, 8:
Standard Oil of Ohio or Sohio was an American oil company, and the earliest component of the original Standard Oil company founded by John D. Rockefeller. Sohio was acquired by British Petroleum, now called BP.
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