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Two and half weeks ago, the big segments of the WTC antenna came to town via the roundabout called Gulf of St Lawrence and riding Witte 1407 towed by the dauntless Atlantic Salvor.  I was fortunate to capture “blue friday”  . .  on “black friday” here.   Well, today, there was a quite visible move of these segments to Pier 25, from which they’ll be trucked to the base of the WTC.

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Meagan Ann arrives with Witte 1407.

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Brian Nicholas here stands by with the preliminary lifting equipment.   See what Brian Nicholas was up to a few days ago here (sixth fot0).

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Many thanks to l’amica dalla torre  for these “jilly-on-the-spot” fotos.    Somehow,  seattlepi.com scooped the story here with great pics.

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