Skip to comments.9/11 attack: New York City subway station reopens after 17 years
Posted on 09/09/2018 10:18:05 AM PDT by SpeedyInTexas
A New York City subway station has reopened for the first time since it was destroyed 17 years ago in the 11 September 2001 terrorist attack.
Cortlandt Street on the 1 line was buried under debris when the two World Trade Center towers collapsed after hijackers crashed planes into them.
On Saturday, people were welcomed into the newly renamed WTC Cortlandt station as the first train rolled in at midday.
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Anyone who's ever experienced it will never forget it.
Pentagon and the Empire State Building were built in eighteen months. Problem??
Most New Yorkers are too self absorbed and too full of themselves (we live in “THE CITY!”) not to mention too stupid to understand something like that.
Sure, let’s advertise it and give some bozo an idea to shut it down again.
Nice that they re-opened the station, but really not a need for it. The 2/3 from Fulton does the trick which you can now get to from WTC, plus Chambers still runs the 1.
“New York doesnt even have sense enough to be embarrassed that it took 17 years.”
In Tokyo it would have taken a year . ^_^
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