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Captain Kearon and family visit Ground Zero

These photos were taken during the December 29, 2001
visit to ground zero.

Click on any picture to enlarge.

wtc_122901e.jpg Looking southeast from the family/vip viewing platform at the WTC. WTC tower 2 (south tower) once stood just beyond the green truck.


wtc_122901i.jpg Looking southeast from the family/vip viewing platform at the WTC. WTC tower 2 (south tower) once stood just beyond the green truck.

wtc_122901a.jpg Looking east from the family/vip viewing platform at the WTC.

wtc_122901c.jpg Looking northeast from the family/vip viewing platform at the WTC. The Marriott Hotel once stood just beyond the white horizontal pipes.


wtc_122901j.jpg Looking northeast from the family/vip viewing platform at the WTC. WTC tower 1 (north tower) once stood just beyond the construction equipment.


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Two firefighters chatting with visitors.

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The visitor platform was lined with momentos to those lost at the WTC.

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The visitor platform was lined with momentos to those lost at the WTC.


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A portion of the board that lists all the countries that lost people at the WTC.

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Map of World Trade Center.


This was the scene on Broadway outside St. Paul's Chapel. This chapel
is located across the street from the WTC and is used as a quiet rest
area for recovery workers at the WTC.


stpaulchapel_122901e.jpg Captain Kearon's nephew views the memorials to WTC victims.

stpaulchapel_122901a.jpg Momentos from around the world decorate the fence around
St. Paul's Chapel.


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Many thousands of people were here hoping to gain access to the public viewing platform.


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Ladder 15 among the traffic and crowds on Broadway.

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