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A Walk at the Tragic 9/11 Site: Ground Zero at World Trade Center Path Station, NYC

23 January 2010 1,705 views 4 Comments

A Walk at the Tragic 9/11 Site: Ground Zero at World Trade Center Path Station, NYC

*Written by Wilson Ng*

Should I jump in joy? I found most of my old travel pictures in one of my external hard drive. My trip to New York City in 2007  was a memorable one. One of the places that was significantly unforgettable was the Ground Zero site at the World Trade Center Path Station.

Please bear in mind the pictures are taken in April 2007. We reached Ground Zero around 4-5 pm that day. Yet, the place was crowded.

The sign in front of the World Trade Center Path Station.

There were ongoing work to build the new World Trade Center, the Freedom Tower.

The people were looking at one of the many information at the site.

Everyone was busying reading the information on the notice boards. Wonder what is on the board?

The time line of the event of the 9/11. The whole actual timeline of the whole event of the terrorist attack. Many lives were killed on that day. Many of us couldn’t believe what we saw on TV. We were in Sydney back then.

There, I could felt nothing more than sorrow for the lives that perished for that incident. The place used to have the grand World Trade Center left nothing but just an empty land. It was an unforgettable place indeed and hopefully I can go there again to visit the Freedom Tower in the future.

New York, I always heart you….

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