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Willow Street Pump Station

811 N. San Jacinto MAP

Houston, TX 77002

http://www.uhd.edu/about/reservations/wsps.htm
District: Warehouse

The Willow Street Pump Station is an important architectural artifact of Houston. The Pump Station is located near the confluence of White Oak and Buffalo Bayou. While the structure has been updated for contemporary use, the red brick building's original architectural elements are beautifully preserved and integrated with modern technology, air-conditioning, lighting and plumbing. Now open by UHD for community-sponsored exhibitions, special events and conferences, the Willow Street Pump Station once again contributes to the vitality of the city.

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