Added on: 22nd Jul 2014
The 14-story Radio Network House building in Worcester St,
Christchurch, New Zealand, blown up in a controlled demolition
that was damaged by an earthquake. The building was badly
damaged in the magnitude-6.3 February 22, 2011 earthquake.
Pruitt-Igoe housing, Erected in the mid 1950s as a municipal
response to St. Louis's overwhelming poverty problem, then
demolished amid a plume of controversy two decades later.
ConAgra mill in Huron, Ohio.
Half of a building leans but fails to fall while the other half
Collapses after a blasting at the scene of demolition in
Liuzhou city, Guangxi Zhuang ...
Edinburgh, Sighthill Flats.
21 Birnie Court Glasgow down from 30 storeys to
10,000 tonnes of rubble.
A 17-storey concrete building being blown to pieces in Scotland.
Glencairn Tower block that opened in 1964 needed about 55kg of
explosives to be reduced to 12,000 tons of rubble.