New York Underground
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Each day 1.4 billion gallons (5.3 billion liters) of water flow into New York City from a series of reservoirs to the north. Thirsty New Yorkers have been rightfully proud of the clarity and fine taste of the water from the Catskill, Delaware, and Croton systems. New York is lucky; this complex water system runs on gravity, except for buildings six stories or higher.

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