NEW YORK – The government agency that owns the World Trade Center site is giving away the last remnants in its possession from the Sept. 11 attacks.
They're stored in a Kennedy Airport hangar where a surviving PATH commuter train car was loaded on a truck Tuesday. It's headed to the Trolley Museum in Kingston, north of New York City.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is giving away about 200 last artifacts still stored in the hangar. That includes a 36,000-pound piece of the trade center's antenna, a mangled police cruiser and a steel beam from which workers cut out crosses and Stars of David.
But maybe the eeriest items come from ordinary, daily life frozen forever on 9/11: brand new shirts neatly folded on a shelf, with price tags still attached, and Victoria's Secret tops on mannequins.