Frank Siller, chairman and CEO of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation addressing a crowd during the ceremony at JFK. Photo Credit: Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.
A ceremony was held at Kennedy International Airport as the three largest remaining artifacts from the Sept. 11 terror attacks were removed from Hangar 17. Read more »
Over 2,500 9/11 artifacts were housed in Hangar 17 at JFK Airport. Photo by Amy Dreher.
Hangar 17 at JFK Airport, which has housed relics of 9/11, will close at the end of summer. Read more »
Crews load PATH train car No. 143 onto a flatbed trailer outside Hangar 17 at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Photo by Lenis Rodrigues.
A pair of 9/11 artifacts have been moved to a permanent home after being stored for more than a decade at an aircraft hangar. Read more »
A 9/11 artifact is projected on a screen as part of the Torres exhibit in Madrid. (Photo by Clifford Chanin)
"Memory Remains: 9/11 Artifacts at Hangar 17," the large-scale projection installation by Francesc Torres, has opened in Madrid.
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Photographer Frances Torres documents WTC remnants at airport hangar.
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Volunteer firefighters in York County, S.C., plan to build a public memorial with a piece of steel from the World Trade Center, according to The Herald Read more »
Good Day NY interviews Ralph Gardner, a Wall Street Journal columnist, about his trip hangar 17 at JKF International Airport. World Trade Center remnant steel, crushed emergency vehicles and other artifacts recovered from ground zero have been housed there since 2001. Some of the artifacts will be part of exhibits at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Read Ralph's Read more »
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comThe above video is from Fox News' The Rise of Freedom series featuring hangar 17 at John F. Kennedy Airport in Queens, where World Trade Center remnant steel, crushed emergency vehicles and other artifacts recovered from ground zero have been housed since 2001.Read more about hangar 17 at FoxNews.comBy 9/11 Memorial Staff Read more »
(Eds Note: The installation is ongoing. This post will be updated as developments occur.)The so-called steel "tridents," historic remnants of the Twin Towers’ façade, is being permanently installed in the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The 70-foot high columns known as “tridents” because of their three-pronged tops, were salvaged from the wreckage of the north tower. Each weighs about 50 tons, and will be on permanent display within the atrium of the Museum Pavilion. Read more »