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Five Hundred Twenty (520) United States Cities have been recognized formally for having Cast Water Iron Pipe that exceeds one hundred years old. This video includes the oldest top-twenty cast iron water distribution systems that been recognized formally by the Water Industry and the Ductile Iron Pipe Research Foundation. The comprehensive report is called the DIPRA Century Pipe Club. .
The induction ceremonies for all 520 US Cities were conducted with top officials and would have the press invited and included. I have attended 11 ceremonies personally in the Mid Atlantic Region.
Other towns and cities not listed or never provided criteria evidence of the when the cast iron water piping was installed like a pipe casting year stamp, engineer design documents, diary or town records, inspector contract records, most certainly would also been in this grouping before 1845 and probably would have eliminated several on the top twenty list.
Towns and Cities
Not included in the top twenty listing – But highly probable cast iron pipe was installed in the downtown streets between 1820-1845
Berkeley Springs, Virginia – 1863 West Virginia
Charles Town, Virginia – 1863 West Virginia
Charleston, South Carolina
Harpers Ferry, Virginia – 1863 West Virginia
New Castle, Delaware
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York City, New York
Shepherdstown, Virginia – 1863 West Virginia
Wilmington, North Carolina
J. Scott Shipe produced this video for educational purposes – contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org