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Background Attack Aftermath Evidence Misinformation Analysis Memorial

WTC Attack Photos

Surviving Photographic Evidence of the World Trade Center Attack

Indexes of photographs are organized into the following categories to assist the reader in locating images pertaining to a particular aspect of the attack. There is, necessarily, some overlap. South Tower collision photographs also show evidence of the North Tower fires, as do South Tower collapse and dust photographs. The Collapses category includes photographs showing any part of either of the tower collapses up to the point that the wave of destruction reached the ground. The Dust category includes photographs taken subsequently, and some show the North Tower spire. The Building 7 category includes all photographs primarily showing Building 7, be they before, during, or after its collapse.

We have included photographs of buildings before the attack to assist the reader in understanding the architecture and spatial arrangement of the buildings. Construction photographs of the Twin Towers are of particular importance given the attempts of official and media reports to misrepresent their structure.



NOTE: We are unaware of the sources of most of the photographs posted here, which were found unattributed on the web. We would appreciate any help establishing the sources. See the Images and Videos section of our About page.


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