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The remains of a ship dating back to the 18th century have been uncovered by workers close to the theold World Trade Centre site in lower Manhattan.
Archaeologists said the 32ft-long vessel was probably used along with other debris to fill in land to extend New York City into the Hudson River.
Those who examined the find described it as 'significant'.
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Originally posted by -W1LL
I still cant believe they are still working in that pit how long did it take to build the original twin towers. isn't Bldg7 already rebuilt. what a joke, I doubt if they will ever be rebuilt.
The area under excavation, between Liberty and Cedar Streets, had not been dug out for the original trade center. The vessel, presumably dating from the mid- to late 1700s, was evidently undisturbed more than 200 years.