Kennewick, Washington: Banged-Up 9/11 Memorial

Taller than most 9/11 scrap metal memorials (35 feet), its twin beams and rusted fragments dramatically battered-looking.

Address:
W. Hildebrand Rd, Kennewick, WA
Directions:
Southwest edge of the city, a mile north of I-82 exit 113. On the east side of US Hwy 395, just north of its intersection with W. Hildebrand Rd.
Admission:
Free
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9/11 Memorial.

9/11 Memorial

External vertical support column salvaged from the World Trade Center. In memory of the 2,977 men and women who lost their lives on September 11th 2001.

[Jen, 08/13/2015]

The three-ton 35-foot-tall monument was dedicated on 9/11 2011.


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