Workers in NYC begin to dismantle ground zero ship

Archeologists Elizabeth Meade, top, and Molly McDonald take measurements of the wood hull of an 18th century ship at the World Trade Center site, Thursday, July 15, 2010 in New York. A 32-foot piece of the vessel was found in soil 20 feet under street level, amid noisy bulldozers excavating a parking garage for the future World Trade Center. ( (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan))

July 26, 2010 1:14:20 PM PDT
Plank by plank, workers are starting to dismantle the remains of an 18th century ship found buried near ground zero below New York City streets.

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