The Liberty Street pedestrian bridge, which still bears visible scars from the Sept. 11 attacks, is directly southwest of the World Trade Center site in New York. While its facade was left unrepaired for a time, the bridge is now being fully rebuilt. Some hope to see its dented and pockmarked aluminum panels preserved as memorials.
The Liberty Street pedestrian bridge, which still bears visible scars from the Sept. 11 attacks, is directly southwest of the World Trade Center site in New York. While its facade was left unrepaired for a time, the bridge is now being fully rebuilt. Some hope to see its dented and pockmarked aluminum panels preserved as memorials. EMON HASSAN The New York Times
The Liberty Street pedestrian bridge, which still bears visible scars from the Sept. 11 attacks, is directly southwest of the World Trade Center site in New York. While its facade was left unrepaired for a time, the bridge is now being fully rebuilt. Some hope to see its dented and pockmarked aluminum panels preserved as memorials. EMON HASSAN The New York Times

Saving the scars of Sept. 11

April 27, 2016 11:45 PM

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