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MEMORIALS
REMEMBERING
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

As the years begin to pass, and the memories begin to fade, a number of local
Cape Cod Fire Departments have made sure that those lost on September 11, 2001
will in fact "Never Be Forgotten." Here are some images showing the work done
to preserve and pay tribute to the memories of that day.

Massachusetts Military Reservation
On 9-11-01, jets from Otis Air Force Base were scrambled to
quickly respond to New York City in response to the attacks on the WTC.
Members of the MMR Fire Department recently built a beautiful memorial
in front of their headquarters station. It was dedicated on 9-11-12.

Massachusetts Military Reservation
The memorial has a base shaped to represent the Pentagon,
twin granite towers representing WTC 1 & 2 Towers,
and include a piece of steel from one of the towers.
 

Massachusetts Military Reservation
 

 

Massachusetts Military Reservation
 

Massachusetts Military Reservation
 

Massachusetts Military Reservation


 

Falmouth Fire Department

Falmouth Fire Department
A new 9/11 memorial was dedicated on 9-11-12 in front of the Falmouth Headquarters
Station on Main Street.

Falmouth Fire Department
Center piece of the memorial is a tristed piece of steel from the WTC
displayed on a circular granite base.
 

Falmouth Fire Department
 

Falmouth Fire Department
The memorial is designed so that the public may also view, visit, and touch
a piece of the World Trade Center from 9/11/01.
 

Falmouth Fire Department
Two granite towers set off to one side represent the twin towers
and support a beautiful bronze bell and a fire helmet.
 

Falmouth Fire Department
 

Falmouth Fire Department


Falmouth Fire Department

 

 

Falmouth Fire Department

 

Falmouth Fire Department

 

Falmouth Fire Department

 

 

Chatham Fire Department
This large piece of I-Beam steel from the WTC is displayed
in front of the Chatham Fire Department.

Chatham Fire Department

Chatham Fire Department

 

Brewster Fire Department
9/11 Memorial display in front of the Brewster Fire Station
includes a piece of steel from the WTC.

 

Brewster Fire Department
 

Brewster Fire Department
 

 

Harwich Fire Department
Part of the memorial area in front of the Harwich Public Safety Building.

 

Harwich Fire Department
Memorial to former Harwich Fire Chief Peterson.

 

Harwich Fire Department
Memorial to former Harwich Fire Captain Robert Johnson.

 

Hyannis Fire Department
Sign in front of headquarters following the 9/11 rememberance.

 

 

Hyannis Fire Department

 

 

 

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