1. DasKleineTeilchen

    DasKleineTeilchen Active Member

    from the bbc:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-48689783

    flickr-stream of the content:

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/textfiles/albums/72157708997281912/

    48028445671_f3f68ce48b_k.
    wow! 2400 "new" photos...this will take some time to examine.
     
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  2. DasKleineTeilchen

    DasKleineTeilchen Active Member

  3. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

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  4. Redwood

    Redwood Active Member

    I'm guessing that these are low resolution scans from film negatives?
     
  5. DasKleineTeilchen

    DasKleineTeilchen Active Member

    nope. these are digital and full resolution for that specific cam:

    Source: https://twitter.com/textfiles/status/1138537238537625601
     
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  6. Oystein

    Oystein Active Member

    This is excellent!
    This gives you the files with useful filenames, starting with the date in the form "MM-DD-YY", and the images have full EXIF data retaines, so you get date, time, technical data of the shot etc as originally recorded by the camera.

    And yes, that's all consistent with a Canon Powershot G1, which was "Canon's flagship compact model" at the time, with a native max resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels (4:3 format) on a 1/1.8" CCD chip.
     
  7. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    A good couple of photos of use of thermic lance.
    20011015-20011018-10-18-01-pm-workprogress-120-2058_img_48033297807_o.
    20011015-20011018-10-18-01-pm-workprogress-120-2057_img_48033297872_o.

    Unfortunately the photos stop a few days before the infamous "angle cut", but there are lots of photos of the general area (North Tower core) that show the column still standing. Second from left here:
    20011015-20011018-10-17-01-pm-work-progress-119-1978_img_48033304167_o.
     
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  8. Nada Truther

    Nada Truther Active Member

    Here's one from folder 4, showing (I think) that same area, but still covered in 20 feet of debris.

    upload_2019-7-11_0-27-30.

    It really gives you a glimpse into the huge undertaking they had to go through during the clean up.
     
  9. Gamolon

    Gamolon New Member

  10. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    On the album itself there's still a download button.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/textfiles/albums/72157708997281912
    Metabunk 2019-07-11 06-41-21.
    However, it gives me an error. I suspect it might be a temporary technical glitch due to the large size of the files.
     
  11. qed

    qed Senior Member

    How big is that single façade piece to the right? About 50m x 20m? Huge?
     
  12. Gamolon

    Gamolon New Member

    I think it's "L" shaped from one of the corners. Mybe about 19m on the side we're looking at and 14m coming towards us. Maybe 20m high?