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The Photo After The Famous Photo (15 minutes later): The famous photo was taken on September 20th, 1932, during the construction of the RCA Building (now the GE Building) in Rockefeller Center. The workers, without safety harnesses, are 69 floors (840 feet) above the street.

Rare photo of Eiffel tower, with visible scaffolding for the construction - July 1888

Men in Brooklyn Bridge, October 1914. crazy crazy crazy

The Statue of Liberty surrounded by scaffolding as workers complete the final stages of construction in Paris. 1884.

The 9/11 Teardrop Memorial - I had no clue this poignant memorial existed. It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism." It is in Manhattan, NY. Around the base of The Teardrop were the names of all those who died on 9/11 – including 26 Russians.

A worker relaxing during the construction of a New York skyscraper in the 1930's

Köln Cathedral area in 1945 just after WWII.

NYC - July 28, 1945

New York Steelworkers take a lunch break, 1930.

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