SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A portion of the World Trade Center will go on display in Salt Lake City on Friday before leaving for a 17-day statewide tour.
Looking north from Liberty Island toward the southern tip Manhattan in 2000.
Credit Matt Jensen
The wall, left among the rubble after the Sept. 11, 2011 terror attacks, will go on permanent display after the tour at Fort Douglas Military Museum in Salt Lake City. It will be featured in the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial at Fort Douglas Memorial Park, which is under construction with the help of corporate donors. The 5-by-5 feet chunk of wall, made of concrete, aggregate rock and steel rebar, weighs an estimated 4.5 tons. It will go on display Friday outside the Fort Douglas Military Museum, Saturday in Provo, Sept. 23 in Logan, Sept. 24 in St. George, Sept. 25 in Cedar City, Sept. 26 in Richfield, Sept. 27 in Mount Pleasant, Sept. 28 in Park City, Sept. 29 in Camp Williams, Sept. 30 in Lehi, Oct. 1 in Blanding, Oct. 2 in Moab, Oct. 3 in Price, Oct. 4 in Vernal, Oct. 5 in West Valley City, Oct. 6 in Sandy, Oct. 7 in Salt Lake City and Oct. 8 in Tooele.