Have you ever wondered what Clark Kent and Vancouver have in common? Well wonder no longer!
This spectacular feat of concrete forming sits just below Grouse Mountain in The District of North Vancouver.
When it was built in the early 1950's under the direction of, and named after, Ernest Cleveland. As the first Commissioner of the Greater Vancouver Water District he had the fore site to ensure that the City of Vancouver had access to some of the cleanest and pristine drinking water in the world.
It's also featured on the filmed-around-Vancouver show Smallville and is where Clark loses his powers.