The "World's Largest Fire Hydrant" installation is a 250 ton and 30-foot tall sculpture created before the Great War. The artist who created it, Thomas Denton III, asserted that the art piece was built to withstand a direct hit from a tornado, and went farther, claiming that the sculpture could "survive a nuclear apocalypse," which it has, as of 2287.
Behind the scenes
The fire hydrant is based on the World's Largest Working Fire Hydrant constructed at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, subsequently donated to the Fire Museum of Texas. The hydrant was used as a prop for the re-release promotion of the 101 Dalmatians movie.