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 Building Freedom Tower -- The Journal 

Paperbacknovel contributor Dick Sheppard, who works in an office directly overlooking the World Trade Center site, hopes to track progress of the ascent of Freedom Tower, which at 1776 feet will be [more]

For previous journals, see bottom of this page.

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Rebuilding the World Trade Center

February 2010 Installment of the Monthly Journal 

[Read the sidebar, Building Freedom Tower -- The Journal for introduction]

Series by Dick Sheppard
(photos by LouV)

February, 2010 

The following is a picture story of the site in February 2010. For accompanying video coverage, click here (Overview from Above) or here (Street-level Walkaround).

Models of the World Trade Center site and Freedom Tower, available for viewing in the Memorial Preview Site, on Vesey Street between Church Street and Broadway.

Models of the World Trade Center site and Freedom Tower, available for viewing in the Memorial Preview Site, on Vesey Street between Church Street and Broadway.

Models of the World Trade Center site and Freedom Tower, available for viewing in the Memorial Preview Site, on Vesey Street between Church Street and Broadway.

Some sort of memorial motorcycle, in the Memorial Preview Site, on Vesey Street between Church Street and Broadway

Memorial Preview Site, on Vesey Street between Church Street and Broadway.

Fulton Transit Hub -- still not much doing -- February 2010.

Fulton Transit Hub -- you can check the time or your Blackberry, but the site sits idle -- February 2010.

Brooklyn Bride in background, looking Eastward.

Looking Westward from Broadway at World Trade Center site.

All pictures above were taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3.

All pictures and video on this page are copyright paperbacknovel.com.

 

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