For those who never had the pleasure of seeing the extraordinary view from the World Trade Center observation deck. This view overlooks the East River and the famous Brooklyn Bridge. This was probably taken about 1980.

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  • Richard Murch
    Richard Murchalmost 7 years ago

    .. Yes a nostalgic look back in time….. great shot, detail and color…

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1almost 7 years ago

    brillant Andy- you have so wonderful treasures here- views from the towers that sadly will never see again

  • Well if they ever get around to rebuilding with the newly designed structures we will again see this view but the landscape has changed
    much since this series was taken.

    – andykazie

  • Paul Ryan
    Paul Ryanalmost 7 years ago

    The new view will be even higher, but also very different. I wish I’d seen this one with my own eyes.

  • snowwombat
    snowwombatalmost 7 years ago

    Must have been a spectacular view live… The shot looks great framed in black…

  • Thanks, if it looks good you can imagine how it looked “live”

    – andykazie

  • Maxhamish
    Maxhamishalmost 7 years ago

    I went there in 95 and sat staring at the wall in the cafe…………..I am so scared of heights…………Lovely image……….

  • Lara Bianco
    Lara Biancoalmost 7 years ago

    thanks for sharing these amazing photos

  • AngieM
    AngieMover 6 years ago

    great shot with the bklyn and man bridges!!

  • leystan
    leystanover 3 years ago

    Congratulations! Your work has been featured in the New York City Group. Our feature selections are all now of Bridges in NYC. Your Co-Host, Leystan aka Louise

  • PhotosByG
    PhotosByGover 2 years ago

    Hello Andy. Downtown is looking for quality photos of cities and we’d like to invite you to add this photo to the group. Thank you, Graham.

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