An exceptional example of Victorian architecture, Invercargill's Water Tower can be seen peaking above the city's gentle landscape. Built in 1889 to pressurize the water supply, the structure was recognized by New Zealand's Historic Places Trust as one of the country's most outstanding industrial monuments. Go take a look at this ornate landmark on Doon Street. It's still completely functional.
Doon St., Invercargill, 9810, New Zealand