Tugboat Pushing Barges Past Manhattan Skyscrapers - Stock image

Barge, City, Cityscape, Hudson River, Manhattan - New York City

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Stock photo ID:181855520
Upload date:September 23, 2013

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On a grey, gloomy, overcast day, a small tugboat pushes several full barges up the Hudson River past lower Manhattan skyscrapers. The tallest glass building on the left is the new 4 World Trade Center (aka 150 Greenwich Street) under construction (June 2013) at Ground Zero. This building - on the southeast corner of the World Trade Center site - is expected to be completed in 2013.
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