The Implosion of Texas Stadium - Additional Pictures




On the morning of April 11th, 2010, the city of Irving, Texas imploded the old Texas Stadium. The lot was opened at 2am and the implosion was at 7am.

The media were out, and they brought their own faint rainbow.

The media show up for the Implosion of Texas Stadium
The media show up for the Implosion of Texas Stadium

There was a tailgate-party atmosphere among all the attendees. According to the news, booze restrictions "were not enforced."

Party atmosphere at the Implosion of Texas Stadium
Party atmosphere at the Implosion of Texas Stadium
Party atmosphere at the Implosion of Texas Stadium

Just before the implosion, there was a lot of anticipation. Everyone who had cameras, from camera-enhanced smart phones
to professional equipment, prepared to take pictures of the implosion. One reporter hot-footed it back to the media tent.

Anticipation, just before the Implosion of Texas Stadium
Anticipation, just before the Implosion of Texas Stadium
Anticipation, just before the Implosion of Texas Stadium

The Implosion of Texas Stadium
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The aftermath was a lot of dust and smoke, with details slowly fading in as the dust slowly cleared away, leaving just a pile of rubble.

The aftermath of the Implosion of Texas Stadium
The aftermath of the Implosion of Texas Stadium
The aftermath of the Implosion of Texas Stadium
The aftermath of the Implosion of Texas Stadium

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