37-foot-high tent

The 37-foot-high tent, made in British Columbia, that has been sheltering the Church Street entrance to the World Trade Center PATH station since June 2007. This entrance will close at midnight Friday and the tent will come down. (Photo: David W. Dunlap/The New York Times)

The 37-foot-high tent, made in British Columbia, that has been sheltering the Church Street entrance to the World Trade Center PATH station since June 2007. This entrance will close at midnight Friday and the tent will come down. (Photo: David W. Dunlap/The New York Times)

“Yamato (大和), named after the ancient Japanese Yamato…

“Yamato (大和), named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, was a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was lead ship of her class. She and her sister Musashi were the largest, heaviest, and most powerful battleships ever constructed, displacing 72,800 tonnes at full load. The class carried the largest naval artillery ever fitted to any warship – 460 mm (18.1 in) guns which fired 1.36 tonne shells.”

“Yamato (大和), named after the ancient Japanese Yamato Province, was a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was lead ship of her class. She and her sister Musashi were the largest, heaviest, and most powerful battleships ever constructed, displacing 72,800 tonnes at full load. The class carried the largest naval artillery ever fitted to any warship – 460 mm (18.1 in) guns which fired 1.36 tonne shells.”