This is Tehran 40 years after the event in the novel "In the Shadow of the Kingmakers".
A water system that bring water to deserts. the oldest one is 2700 years old. It moves millions of cubic water without using any power. These days to move that much water you would need 800 mega watt of power.
Dr. Susan Moody, an American Baha’i, who had a significant role in improving conditions for Baha’is in Iran in early twentieth century. The year 1924, “In the Shadow of the Kingmakers” timeline, was a difficult year for her.
“Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.”
― John Locke
The first oil well in Iran (Well No. 1). The Museum of Petroleum in Abadan/Iran covers the history of oil in Iran(http://www.petromuseum.ir/en). I have posted a video on my Facebook (and other social medias) that shows some of the items that were used in 1924.
A photo of Major Imbrie in 1924 Tehran. Major Imbrie was an American intelligence officer who was sent to Persia(Iran) to spy on the Soviet Union activities. In the Shadow of Kingmakers explores his role & fate in Tehran.