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The always classic photos of the 1930 and 1931 contruction efforts of the Empire State Building.
14 Nerve-Wracking Photos From High Atop Old School NYC Skyscrapers: Gothamist A construction worker is hauled up to his place of work on a 30 storey skyscraper on New York's waterfront, Images)
Remembering Sept. 11 - Photos of the World Trade Center through the years
During the topping off ceremony, a worker helped to stabilize the last steel beam as it was hoisted to the top of the South Tower of the World Trade Center, July 1971
Aerial view or the Brooklyn Bridge looking West with the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. Photographed by Jet Lowe, in Brooklyn Bridge, Spanning East River between Park Row, Manhattan and
Third Avenue El, Chrysler Building, from about street, NYC, 1947
The Statue of Liberty awaits the removal of its torch on Tuesday, July 1984 in New York Harbor. It was one day away from what historians are calling the most dramatic alteration ever for an American National Monument.
Sky high: Ironworker on Empire State Building (photo by Lewis Hines)
Construction of the Empire State Building was one of the most remarkable feats of the century. It took only 410 days to build, by workers, many of them desperate for work at the height of the Depression 1931
Death-Defying Photos Of Skyscraper Construction Workers Goofing Around
June The towers of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge got their first coat of paint in six years. The painters could work only in the daytime, during dry weather with low winds. Photo: Ernie Sisto/The New York Times (Holy cow! He's got no harness!