[VIDEO] Take A Virtual Tour of Croton Dam, Where NYC Gets Its Water

Croton Gorge Park is a 97 acre park at the base of the Croton Dam north of The Bronx. The 200-foot dam was completed in 1907, replacing a smaller dam by the same name, and still supplies a large portion of NYC's drinking water. In this video from Curbed, learn more about the dam and surrounding park.

We're taking a tour of the lifeblood of NYC, the Croton Dam!

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