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Isn't life beautiful?
The water tower of the Montzen shed probably dates back to 1920. Built on the edge of Line 24, it overlooks Montzen station at B.K. 35.875. It has a capacity of 500 m3. Built by the German company “Dyckerhoff and Widmann” its function was to supply water to steam locomotives that ran on the railway network. On average, a steam locomotive consumed 20 kg of coal and 100 to 150 litres of water per km travelled. In other words, water had to be available in large quantities. The reservoir was fed by a system of pumps bringing up the water collected below the station. Abandoned since 1960, it has been saved thanks to its conversion into an unusual holiday home in 2020.