Red Bank, New Jersey: 9/11 Memorial Marker
A disaster, a park, a plaque. An hour plus train ride north is where two Red Bank residents perished in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
- W. Front St., Red Bank, NJ
- East of Hwy 35 on W. Front St. and English Plaza. Southeast corner of park, near circular sidewalk.
9/11 Memorial Marker
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This plaque -- relatively modest when compared to some other tributes -- is Red Bank's memorial to the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. The town lost two residents. In the commuting-distance arc that radiates out from New York into New Jersey and Connecticut, nearly every municipality has chosen to permanently mark the tragedy.
This monument sits to one side in a riverside park where impromptu memorials, photos and letters accumulated in 2001 and subsequent anniversaries.
[Roadsideamerica.com Team, 03/01/2009]
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