1868 view of a water wheel that moved water from the Los Angeles River into the Zanja Madre, an irrigation ditch that flowed into the center of the historic pueblo.
As The Eastsider LA blog reports, artists, engineers, and public officials plan to build a water wheel as a “functional piece of art” at this historic site between Chinatown and Lincoln Heights.

1868 view of a water wheel that moved water from the Los Angeles River into the Zanja Madre, an irrigation ditch that flowed into the center of the historic pueblo.

As The Eastsider LA blog reports, artists, engineers, and public officials plan to build a water wheel as a “functional piece of art” at this historic site between Chinatown and Lincoln Heights.

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