1 World Trade Center Spire Arrives In Manhattan
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The spire that will sit atop One World Trade Center, arrived in Manhattan Tuesday.
A barge carried the nine, 70 ton sections across New York Harbor.
Workers are pouring the concrete for the 408-foot spire, which will top off the skyscraper at 1,776 feet.
When the work is finished, One World Trade Center will be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
The Port Authority says it expects to hoist the spire's first section sometime tomorrow.