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Honored Contributor
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Registered: ‎10-04-2010

In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

I don't find it on the map I have, but I really would like to know. Is there anyone who can help. I believe it was in Manhattan, but I don't know where. Thanks.

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Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

Manhattan -- next to the water. Perhaps someone can help you more specifically. Google should give you an answer.

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Registered: ‎03-11-2010

Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

I worked in one of the towers and also lived in that area. It is Downtown in the Wall Street Area, a few blocks away by Century 21 on Chambers St.) If you take the subway, take the Number R train to Fulton St. just ask any cop or store owner and they will point you in the right direction.

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Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

Thanks! The only map I got to see last night on Google was so small!!! Thanks again.

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Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

Lower Manhatten, just east of West St. Google Maps will take you right there and you can make the map bigger (or smaller) by using the + or - key in the bottom right corner.

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Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

Look over by the statue of liberty (on the map). It's that end of Manhattan.

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Re: In looking at a NY map, where were the twin towers located?

Here is a link to an aerial photo of the area before the tragedy.

http://old.911digitalarchive.org/crr/images/CRRDB/data/documents/5441.htm

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