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Buildings, Site and Sculpture

Feynmann computer center, with Wilson Hall in background

  • #91-1651-1 (52 K)
  • #91-1651-1.hr (3,000 K)
  • Wilson Hall and reflecting pond

  • #92-1168 (76 K)
  • #92-1168.hr (3,100 K)
  • Sunset and Wilson Hall "Moonrise over the Highrise"

  • #89-1308 (89 K)
  • #89-1308.hr (1,500 K)
  • Leon M. Lederman Science Education Center at night

  • #92-1026 (53 K)
  • #92-1026.hr (3,000 K)
  • "A early morning view of Wilson Hall from across Swan Lake."

  • #94-904 (88 K)
  • #94-904.hr (3,800 K)
  • School children gathering in front of the Leon M. Lederman Science Education Center.

  • #93-1075-2 (96 K)
  • #93-1075-2.hr (5,900 K)
  • "Tractricious" is a free-standing hyperboloid sculpture, located at the Industrial Center Building. It is made from unused stainless steel beam pipe

  • #88-725 (168 K)
  • #88-725.hr (3,300 K)
  • "Tractricious" Sculpture at Industrial Center

  • #94-105 (92 K)
  • #94-105.hr (1,700 K)
  • Aerial view of Fermilab Accelerators, with the Main Injector under construction in back and Tevatron in the foreground

  • #96-10376 (92 K)
  • #96-10376.hr (1,700 K)
  • Reflection of Wilson Hall and the sculpture "Acqua Alle Funi"

  • #96-1392 (72 K)
  • #96-1392.hr (3,200 K)
  • Broken Symmetry close up, a site sculpture located at west entrance

  • #99-809 (92 K)
  • #99-809.hr (1,700 K)
  • Aerial view of Wilson Hall, Leon M. Lederman Science Education Center and Accelerators

  • #99-906-6 (108 K)
  • #99-906-6.hr (4,100 K)
  • Aerial view of Fermilab Accelerators, with the Main Injector in foreground and Tevatron in the back

  • #99-912-12 (92 K)
  • #99-912-12.hr(1,700 K)
  • Reflection of Wilson Hall in Swan Lake

  • #99-967 (92 K)
  • #99-967.hr (1,700 K)
  • Broken Symmetry and Wilson Hall

  • #99-973-5 (92 K)
  • #99-973-5.hr (1,700 K)
  • Reflection of Wilson Hall in Swan Lake at sunset

  • #00-236 (80 K)
  • #00-236.hr (2,800 K)
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