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This is the second page of ground zero images taken by professor Beverly Greene. Click the images for a larger view. Then use your browsers back button to return to this page.

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11. This daytime photograph, taken from Broadway and Cortlandt, shows about 4 floors the upper left side of World Trade Center Building 4. The outer walls are gone and many of the steel girders are twisted. Parts of 2 cranes are visible. This photograph was taken prior to any demolition.

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12. This daytime photograph shows the same scene as the prior photograph, showing about 6 or 7 of the remaining top floors of Building 4.

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13. This daytime photograph was taken from West Street and Albany (West Side Highway), facing north. It shows the remains of the pedestrian bridge that had connected World Financial Center 2 to World Trade Center Building 6. The remains of Building 2 are behind the bridge. The remains of Tower 2 are to the right of the bridge.

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14. This daytime photograph, taken from Broadway and Liberty Street, shows the some remains of Tower 2 barely visible behind a devastated World Trade Center Building 4.

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15. This daytime photograph, taken from the corner of Greenwich and Rector Street, facing north, looks down the street toward the south side of World Trade Center Building 4, which is in ruins.

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16. This daytime photograph, taken from Broadway and Dey Street, facing east, shows the remains of Building 5. The Winter Garden dome can be seem in the rear.

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17. This daytime photograph, taken from Washington Street and Rector, shows the south side of the center complex looking directly at what remained of the outer skin of Tower 2. Recovery workers can be observed at the scene.

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18. This daytime photograph at Broadway & Vesey Street shows the remains of Building 5 in the foreground, with building 6 directly behind it. To the left is a green tree in full seasonable bloom, in contrast to the devastation that surrounds it.

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19. This daytime photograph was taken at Broadway and Fulton Street, looking directly at Building 5 WTC. Most of the glass and much of the wall has fallen away.

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20. This daytime photograph, taken at Broadway and Cortlandt Street, shows the left side of the remains of Building 4. A large mass of tangled metal girders is hanging off the top, over the side, reaching down several stories. The Winter Garden dome can be on the left and in the rear of the photograph.

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