Flight 93 Memorial
In a field in southwest Pennsylvania, several miles from anything remotely resembling a main road, is an almost inconspicuous part of the National Park System. The memorial to the passengers and crew of Flight 93. The whole memorial is very low key. The road in is a simple lane through the country. The visitor center is a simple one room building. The path to the memorial is unadorned with a low black granite wall on one side.
The memorial is a series of marble slabs in a line along the path the plane took prior to impact.
Each slab has one name.
At the end of the wall is a symbolic pathway with a large gate across it. Through the gate you can see the path that leads to the site of impact, marked by a large stone.