"Ground Zero Tip 5 - Photos" Ground Zero - World Trade Center Tip by jamiesno

At the World Trade Center Path Station you will find at ground level photographs that were taken during the September 11th attacks. These are effective giving you sense of the emotion people had to felt during that time.

You can also get an up close view of ground zero with obstructions from safety nets and stuff. If you look around you at all the tall buildings adjacent to this massive hole in the ground you will get a sense of the panic if one were to topple.

Address: 9/11 Memorial., 200 Liberty Street, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10006
Directions: At West St. & Albany St.
Phone: (212) 266-5211
Website: http://www.911memorial.org/

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  • Written Apr 21, 2007
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