Taken in early December 2001 (all except one).
Taken one evening from a boat on the Hudson in 1994.
|Wreckage seen from Broadway
Three months later, still smoldering.
|Dousing and digging
Each area being excavated is cooled down.
The piece on the left was probably blown about 500 meters, one of the last standing parts of the structure. It reminded me of the ruins in the Roman Forum.
|Onlookers at St. Paul's Church
The church was turned into a barracks for rescue workers, and the fence held condolences in various forms.
As much an attraction as the site itself
farther down Broadway near Liberty Street.
The whole area was dug up
|Some less charitable sentiment
On Rector Street
|Essential services restored|
|Part of the Financial Center|
|Looking up from West Street
The bridge on the left formerly connected buildings. The ruin on the right might have been the Marriott Hotel.
Taken far away with a very long zoom, since you couldn't get past an ID point.
|Night shot from Broadway
I hope they consider leaving this as a monument.