Belton, SC 29627
A well-known landmark in the town of Belton, the Belton Standpipe has been a popular figure since 1907. A 155-foot (47-meter) structure located on O’Neal Street, this popular castle-like landmark was an international landmark for pilots flying in the southeast to help pinpoint their location. The standpipe's unique shape was built in a bid by the builders to secure more even distribution within the standpipe. The Belton Standpipe was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.