The Boulder Dam on the Arizona - Nevada border (first named Hoover Dam in 1931 when work commenced and again renamed the Hoover Dam in 1947). It harnessed water from the Colorado River for use in power generation.
June 15, 2005 License
A white 'bathtub ring' encircles Lake Mead near the 395-foot-tall intake towers of Hoover Dam as the lake continues falling to historic low levels on September 24, 2004 near Boulder City, Nevada. The fast-growing population of the...More
September 26, 2004 License
March 01, 2005 License
A tiled corridor inside the Hoover Dam at Boulder, Nevada.
The top of the Hoover Dam, formerly known as Boulder Dam, on the Nevada - Arizona border and on the Colorado river.
Overview of Hoover Dam on the Colorado River.
An 82,500 kilovolt-ampere rotor is lowered into place on the Arizona wing of the Boulder Dam (now Hoover Dam) during its construction.
Aerial view of the construction of the Boulder Dam, renamed the Hoover Dam in 1947, shortly before its completion, Nevada.
October 09, 2011 License
Aerial view of the Hoover Dam, which was completed in 1935, and Lake Mead on the Colorado River, Nevada.
A sign is shown on the Hoover Dam October 16, 2003 in Nevada.
October 16, 2003 License