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Old Chester, PA: Chester Water Authority

Municipal Authority Building 1927, Photo courtesy of TinaMarie Little

"This picture (1927) is of the old Chester Municipal Authority building.
The building was vacated when the new offices were built across the street
and DELCORA then moved into the building.
The building no longer stands, as DELCORA erected a new building in 1999."
TinaMarie Little

Photo above courtesy of TinaMarie Little

Chester Water Authority, SE Corner 5th & Welsh St.

The current Chester Water Authority Building, SE corner of 5th & Welsh St.

(Formerly the site of Central (later Harvey) Grammar School, Hoskins School and the Starr School, the original Chester High School)

In 1978 the Chester Water Authority erected a plaque and the original corner stones of these buildings in their parking lot.
April 27, 2002 Photo John A. Bullock III.

Presidents | Other Employees | Company History | More Photos

Click here to visit the Chester Water Authority web site.

Other Employees
Company History: Please see the history of The Chester Water Authority on their web site at


More Photos:

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Front & Fulton Streets, 1868

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New Pump Station
Front & Fulton Streets

July 1, 1927

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Maintenance Garage
Front & Fulton Streets

July 1, 1927




If you have any information and or pictures that you would like to contribute about the Chester Water Authority, please forward it to john@oldchesterpa.com

2001 John A. Bullock III.

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This page last updated 10/18/05