Hultman Aqueduct

The Hultman Aqueduct is an aqueduct in Eastern Massachusetts that was opened in 1939. In 2003, the tunnel was replaced by the MetroWest Water Supply Tunnel, and placed in emergency standby status. From 2009 to 2014, it was rehabilitated and taken offline, in order to repair leaks which were causing at least 400,000 gallons of lost water per day in the 1990s.[1]


Coordinates: 42°19′48″N 71°23′24″W / 42.330°N 71.390°W / 42.330; -71.390

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