Famous Brooklyn Heights firehouse doors headed to 9/11 Memorial Museum

The memorial firehouse doors from FDNY E-205/L118, which lost 8 members to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, are being taken down and moved to the Memorial Museum, reports Mary Frost in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

The large doors are painted with a famous mural, depicting eight stars (one for each firefighter killed in the attacks) over the former World Trade Center and the Brooklyn Bridge.

The doors are more than 60 years old and needed replacing.

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