Readying himself for a meeting at New York York University Hospital on the morning of September 11, Dr. Barry Goldstein became aware of a large explosion across the river from his Williamsburg apartment building. An avid photographer, Dr. Goldstein watched and photographed the horrible scene unfolding across the beautiful skyline of Manhattan.

He documented the terrible destruction of the World Trade Center towers from his vantage point in Williamsburg and continued into Manhattan, where he photographed street scenes north of where the buildings tumbled down.


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