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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]

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Rebuilding the World Trade Center

March 2010 Installment of the Monthly Journal 

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

Series by Dick Sheppard
(photos by LouV)

March, 2010 

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

The World Trade Center site from West Street, circa March 2010 [click to enlarge].

Ferris Wheel crane, and World Trade Center site, viewed from West Street, March 2010 [click to enlarge].

Follow the signs -- on Church Street looking westward at World Trade Center site, March 2010.

View of Tower 2 at southern part of World Trade Center site, on Church Street looking west.

Tower 2, looking toward Church Street and Westward at Southern part of World Trade Center site.

Chaos corner -- Vesey Street intersecting Church Street, looking Westward toward Freedom Tower, March 2010.

Freedom Tower looking down Vesey Street -- lots of people going to and heading from PATH station. Since this picture was taken around 5pm, it is mostly going to PATH

Looking North from PATH station -- this former Board of Education building is finally restored.

Looking up at the Freedom Tower steel rising.

Freedom Tower steel rising -- construction workers work on panels at about the 150 foot level.

Looking down into Freedom Tower site, March 2010.

NY Telephone Building to left, 7 World Trade Center in middle, and Freedom Tower steel rising, March 2010.

NY Telephone Building to left, 7 World Trade Center in middle, and Freedom Tower steel rising, March 2010.

Temporary bridge over West Street at Northwestern part of site, March 2010.

Temporary road through site, looking north to south, adjacent to Freedom Tower (to the right).

People come and go into PATH station -- trains to New Jersey.

Looking South on Church Street -- Tower 2 is to the left and down.

All pictures above were taken with a Casio Exilim EX-S10.

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


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