by: Mr. Rexford Price
Mr. Price was a Water Plant Engineman employed by the Cincinnati Water Works, from
1918 to 1955, and was working at
Main Station at the time of conversion
from steam to electric. The engines ran from
10-6-1906 to 12-2-1952.
The art work is by
who was employed at the CWW as an oiler at the
Tennyson Station. As Paul Kraus recalls, a current
employee of GCWW, Mr. Thomas
was a thin man that ate constantly but never sat down to
eat. He was
a commercial artist prior to entering the service during
WW II, and the only crash survivor of a B-25.
In addition, Mr. Kraus recalls as the Holiday season approached, every office
window at Tennyson Station was painted by with beautiful Holiday theme
art work They were always sad to see the amazing art work washed from
the windows after the first of the year.
poem to read.