Ground Zero then and now: photographer returns to the site of spooky 9/11 photos to show what New York looks like 18 years later
- Images show New York City, because it is 18 years after the 9/11 attacks in which almost 3,000 people died in 2001
- Photos show Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2019 compared to the smoke-filled area during and after the attacks
- The buildings of the World Trade Center are depicted from West Street, Fulton Street, Cortlandt St and other angles
- The Sphere that was once in the World Trade Center Plaza is now in Liberty Park
Photos of New York City 18 years after the 9/11 attacks show how much the Big Apple has changed in many ways while remaining familiar at the same time.
The new images taken on September 11, 2019, show a fresh look of Lower Manhattan, where nearly 3,000 were killed when airplanes hit the Twin Towers.
Photographs taken on Wednesday capture New Yorkers roaming the World Trade Center area, but almost two decades later it was a completely different scene when workers ran from collapsing buildings.
Fulton Street and metro entrance near One World Trade and the Oculus on September 11, 2019 (left). People run from the fall of one of the Twin Towers in 2001 (right)
A fireman walks on Vesey Street amid debris near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001. Vesey Street at the World Trade Center monument and One World Trade is pictured on September 11, 2019
Cortlandt Street metro entrance pictured September 11, 2019 (left). The wreck of the World Trade Center melted in the background as a man passes a subway stop after two planes crashed on 11 September 2001 in each of the two towers in New York (right)
Trinity Church tower and One World Trade on 11 September 2019 (left). Rook spits from a tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 after two hijacked planes hit the two towers in an alleged terrorist attack on New York City (right)
The closed former Brooks Brothers store can be seen on Church Street on September 11, 2019 (left). A destroyed Brooks Brothers store near ground zero on September 11, 2001 following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City (right)
A couple at the Brooklyn Bridge Park that overlooks the East River in Brooklyn. New York, NY September 11, 2019 (left). Pedestrians on the waterfront in Brooklyn, New York, look across the East River to the burning World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001 after a terrorist attack (right)
Sculpture & # 39; The Sphere & # 39; that once stood on the World Trade Center Plaza, can now be seen in Liberty Park on September 11, 2019 (left). Rescue workers search through the wreck of the World Trade Center on September 24, 2001, near an open-air monument dedicated to the victims of the 1993 bombing of the New York complex (right)
Depicted from different angles, including West Street, Fulton Street and Cortlandt St in Lower Manhattan, people see their daily lives continue on Wednesday, many with a vivid reminder of the day that has changed the world.
One pedestrian on Church Street saw a T-shirt with the word & # 39; freedom & # 39; on the backside. She can see the new Brookfield Place glass building in the distance.
A demonstrator was holding a sign with the words & # 39; Trust Gov? & # 39; and & # 39; 9/11 lie & # 39; on the other hand as he walked through the area where rumble once covered Vesey Street.
A few appeared cuddly on the stairs of the Brooks Brothers building that is now closed.
In the meantime, spectators from Brooklyn Bridge Park watched over the East River in Brooklyn on Wednesday, across the water where smoke rippled from the Twin Towers 18 years ago.
Pedestrians find their way along Fulton Street next to St. Paul's Chapel or Trinity Church on September 11, 2019
Vesey Street at the World Trade Center monument and One World Trade pictured on September 11, 2019. A man had a sign with the text & # 39; Trust gov? & # 39; while protesters placed groceries on the side of the road near the new Oculus building
Vesey Street near the World Trade Center monument and One World Trade is shown on September 11, 2019
The view of Cortlandt Street towards the World Trade Center can be seen on September 11, 2019
McDonald & # 39; s on Lower Broadway can be seen on September 11, 2019 with many scaffolding around it
The corner of Greenwich and Rector Streets as seen on September 11, 2019
Pedestrians on Beekman Street near a parking garage in Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2019
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