Photographs of New York City 18 years on from the 9/11 attacks show how much the Big Apple has changed in many ways, yet remained familiar all at once. The new images shot September 11, 2019 show a fresh appearance of Lower Manhattan where nearly 3,000 people were killed when planes hit the Twin Towers in 2001. Pictures taken on Wednesday capture New Yorkers roaming the area of the World Trade Center but almost two decades ago it was chaotic and frightening scene as workers ran from the collapsing buildings and flying debris. ‹ Slide me › Fulton Street and subway entrance near One World Trade and the Oculus on September 11, 2019 (left). People run from the collapse of one of the Twin Towers in 2001 (right) ‹ Slide me › Vesey Street near the World Trade Center memorial and One World Trade is pictured September 11, 2019 (left). A firefighter walks on Vesey Street amid rubble near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001 (right) ‹ Slide me › Cortlandt Street subway entrance pictured September 11, 2019 (left). The wreck of the World Trade Center smolders in the background as a… Read full this story
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