The closest some of us will ever get to heaven – The World Trade Center – New York

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    Ando

    Is that the heaven with 72 virgins?

    Cargen

    only 70

    Hepathos

    Is it me, or they trying to make us fell good for the people died there?

    goatsgomoo

    Hep: I think this might have been an advertisement from before 9-11.

    Anonymous

    Yeah, they’re trying to tell people that this is a tall building… that might fall down.

    pwynnewillson

    This is from a leaflet form the early eighties. I have one that I brought back with me to the UK, after going up to the observatory in 1981.

    If anyone is interested, email me at [email protected]

    Saphykitten

    Yes. When you go to heaven you will get 70 virgins. Unfortunately, it is in the form of a star trek convention.

    pedantic

    IIIIRONYYYY

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    Laura

    This image comes from a brochure given out my WTC during the early 80’s. I found one in my mom’s save box. It’s not a joke about what happened here in 2001.

    Tom Lube

    As stated by some other members, it’s from a pamphlet detailing the skyline from the observation deck and surrounding neighbourhood from 1980-1985.

    Anthony Nielsen

    Hey.. I was watching this a couple years back..
    around the 6 minute mark he speaks of this photo.
    www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=fEcdNJo1Q5w

    Mark

    This is from a brochure that every visitor to the World Trade Center could pick up – I think right near the elevator bank.
    I got it in 1986 – and I keep it.
    How much do you think it can fetch at Ebay?

    BenT

    My friend Jim Felder said he won a design contest for this brochure in 1987.