Just before FDNY
An original sheet in Harper's Weekly celebrating the official formation of the Metropolitan Fire Department, it's name in 1866 just prior to its official re-naming in 1870 to Fire Department City of New York, FDNY.
The exterior of the New York City Fire Museum, which features a special memorial built to remember the 343 firefighters who tragically lost their lives on 9/11.
Flags of Pride
A close up of the flag flying outside of the museum in lower Manhattan.
An Indoor Memorial to 9/11
The display, completed in 2002, is the largest indoor memorial to the firefighters of 9/11, and the only indoor memorial housed in New York City.
Wall of memories.
Miracle Detectives' investigator Randall Sullivan examines a tile wall at the center of the exhibit. The wall contains one tile for each firefighter who perished in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Caught on film.
Images and video from the tragic day's events line the walls of the museum.
Artifacts of courage
All of the artifacts housed in the memorial exhibit were carried by firefighters in the World Trade Center on 9/11.