Old Pipes Reveal Truth About 200-Year-Old Water Distribution System

Wooden water pipes still intact after two centuries underground

Municipal workers were in for quite a surprise when a 2006 street excavation in Lower Manhattan in New York exposed wooden pipes that conveyed water to the city two centuries ago. 

The intact pipes, believed to date to the 1820s, included the original wrought iron connectors...

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