Sep 2, 2015 4:22 PM
PHOTOS: 9/11 wreckage makes its way to Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH - A 8-foot steel piece of history has been making its way to New Hampshire since 8 a.m. Tuesday morning.
A beam taken from the World Trade Center wreckage after 9/11 will now have a permanent home at a Portsmouth memorial.
Starting at a hanger in New York, Portsmouth Police and NH State Police picked up the wreckage and began driving up to NH, escorted by New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts police officers.
Portsmouth Police Chief, Stephen Dubois, was traveling close behind the wreckage all day Tuesday, and sharing photos of the journey via Twitter.
NH1's Siobhan Lopez is in Portsmouth waiting for the beam's arrival. See the collection of photos shared by Siobhan Lopez (SLopez@NH1) and Portsmouth PD.