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9/11: See the historic RARE photos from September 11th 2001

Onlookers in Tribeca. – photo by David Alan Harvey

Pedestrians on Church Street run from falling debris as Tower 2, the South Tower, of the World Trade Center collapses at 9:55 a.m. Tower 1, the North Tower, still standing here, collapsed at 10:29 a.m. Seven World Trade Center, the 47-story building seen immediately in front of Tower 1, collapsed at 5:25 p.m. – photo by Susan Meiselas

Young people relax during their lunch break along the East River while a huge plume of smoke rises from Lower Manhattan after the attack on the World Trade Center. – photo by Thomas Hoepker

Looking at Lower Manhattan from a rooftop in Brooklyn Heights. – photo by Alex Webb

View of Lower Manhattan from a Brooklyn Heights rooftop. – photo by Alex Webb

Downtown Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge after the attack on the World Trade Center, viewed from Manhattan Bridge. – photo by Thomas Hoepker

Downtown Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge after the attack on the World Trade Center, viewed from Manhattan Bridge. – photo by Thomas Hoepker

Financial District. – photo by Alex Webb

Orthodox Jews in Williamsburg, Brooklyn look at Lower Manhattan after the World Trade Center attack. The Manhattan Bridge is seen in front of the Manhattan skyline. – photo by Thomas Hoepker

Financial District. – photo by Alex Webb

Adolescent spectators in Financial District. – photo by David Alan Harvey

An abandoned breakfast cart in the financial district after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. – photo by Gilles Peress

Ruined fruit cart in the Financial District. – photo by Alex Webb

People use masks made out of clothing to protect themselves from dust that is thick in the air after the collpase of the World Trade Center towers. – photo by Gilles Peress

A dazed man picks up a paper that was blown out of the towers after the attack of the World Trade Center, and begins to read it. – photo by Larry Towell

Collecting ash as a souvenir. – photo by Alex Webb

Burned out and destroyed cars around the World Trade Center. – photo by Gilles Peress

Abandoned telephones in the Financial District. – photo by Alex Webb

Debris from the collpase of the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers covers park area in World Financial Center. – photo by Steve McCurry

Man sits on bench covered in the remains of the WTC – Liberty Plaza. – photo by Susan Meiselas

The television still works in a room that was destroyed during the attack. – photo by Gilles Peress

A firefighter spray the remains of the U.S. Costum House, World Trade Center Building 6, after the collapse of the Twin Towers. – photo by Steve McCurry

Firemen work to put out the fires that are burning in the destroyed North Bridge. – photo by Gilles Peress

Firemen work to put out the burning fire in the rubble following the collapse of the World Trade Center. – photo by Gilles Peress

Ruined facade of One World Financial Center after collapse of World Trade Center’s Twin Towers. – photo by Steve McCurry

Firefighter seen through blown out windows of the World Financial Center’s South Bridge. – photo by Steve McCurry

The south gate house of the World Financial Center after the collapse of the World Trade Center. – photo by Steve McCurry

Work crews begin to clear the mountain of wreckage from the collapse of the WTC. – photo by Steve McCurry

 

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