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Steaming in the New Year 2012

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Uploaded on Jan 1, 2012

"The New Year's Eve Steam Whistle Blow at Pratt Institute, located at 200 Willoughby Avenue in Brooklyn, was nominated to the Census of Places that Matter for being a literal New Year's Eve blast! Steam whistles, salvaged from trains, riverboats, ocean liners and factories, are kept in Pratt's steam-powered plant, the oldest, privately-owned, continuously operating, power plant of its kind in the country. Conrad Milster, Pratt's longtime Chief Engineer, blew the first whistle of his collection on New Year's Eve 1965. Over the past four decades his collection has grown, as has the popularity of his annual New Year's Eve steam whistle blast". (more at: http://mas.org/featured-place-that-ma...)

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