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Still reeling from Superstorm Sandy, businesses continue cleanup efforts

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Workers throw out computers, monitors and other flood-damaged office equipment from businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy in South Street Seaport on Dec. 3 in New York City.

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A worker stands on a flood-damaged pier affected by Superstorm Sandy at South Street Seaport on Dec. 3 in New York City.

South Street Seaport, an area popular with tourists that was about to go through a major redevelopment, suffered severe damage from Superstorm Sandy. Most of the buildings and businesses, including the South Street Seaport Museum, were severely flooding and remain closed.

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After Sandy, lower Manhattan limps back to life

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Workers repair a flood damaged road affected by Superstorm Sandy in South Street Seaport on Dec. 3 in New York City.

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Cleanup workers walk down a street in the heavily damaged South Street Seaport on Dec. 3 in New York City.

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A worker sweeps in a flood-damaged business affected by Superstorm Sandy in South Street Seaport on Dec. 3 in New York City.

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A man stands in front of a closed business affected by Superstorm Sandy in the heavily damaged South Street Seaport area on Dec. 3 in New York City.

Previously on PhotoBlog:

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Residents of the Northeast are still picking up the pieces after Superstorm Sandy.