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Sad state for the statue that once stood atop the AT&T HQ in New York for 65 years.
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As of January 2009, the statue has been removed. I used to see it during winter from I-287 southbound (the highway hidden beyond AT&T Way and the trees in the background of the picture).
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January 14, 2009 at 12:16 PM
See http://ramblingsbysteve.blogspot.com/2008/11/golden-boy-takes-flight-again.html#BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5270947369131623026 for a picture of it being de-installed.
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