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    Default Any idea what this pipe in my yard is?

    Just bought a house a while back and this metal pipe is in the yard at the edge of the property which is up against 200+ acres of woods that was used by our local water company but now is open space. Does anyone know what this pipe is? I was hoping if it was water/well related I could try and utilize it for drawing water for my garden. Otherwise if it's unused I was hoping to find out about removing it.

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    Last edited by AW1976; 09-19-2012 at 01:13 PM.

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