500 tons of steel from the World Trade Center were transported in early April 2010 to Coatesville, Pennsylvania for the National Iron and Heritage Museum.
This monument is dedicated to the 9/11 attacks. It features two beams from the World Trade Center and a slab of limestone from the exterior of the Pentagon.
Time Changes The Heart,
But The Heart Never Forgets The Memories Within
street named after Thomas
A section of street renamed in honor of Jody Tepedino Nichilo.
Tree planted in honor of Blake Wallens.
Bench in honor of Blake Wallens.
The 9/11 Memorial Garden is located in the Dry Harbor Playground in Forest Park (Myrtle Avenue & 80th Street), in Glendale, New York.
Bench at St. Francis Prep High School and brick with name
Street naming for Micheal Marti.
Section of street renamed to Mark and Stephen Colaio Way in honor of their memory.
Chapel 2- Lourdes Galletti
Named carved into a stone for police officers killed on 09-11-01.
Section of the memorial wall located at 1 Police Plaza, inscribed with the names of police officers killed in the line of duty during and because of 9/11.
A small garden and plaza surrounded by trees. In the center is a monument, two blocks of stone sandwiching a granite block listing the names of Nanuet community members lost during the attacks.
The original monument consisted of a metal cross and a plaque, both of which have been incorporated into the new one that was designed and constructed as the Eagle Scout project of St.