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|On 17.02.08 the Volkswohl-building in Dortmund was torn down by explosives.||02/19/2008||308|
|Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower (1901 – 1917) also known as the Tesla Tower, was an early radio antenna tower intended to demonstrate the ability to send and receive information and electrical power wirelessly. The core facility was never fully operational and was not completed due to economic problems. Demolition and salvaging of the tower occurred in 1917, however the main building still ...||03/28/2006||471|
|Empire State Building|
American International Building
One Chase Manhattan Plaza
60 Wall Street
Three World Financial Center
Two World Financial Center
Verizon Building <...
|40 Wall Street is a 70-story skyscraper in New York City completed in 1930 after only 11 months of construction. It is located on the north side of Wall Street between Broad Street and William Street. It was first known as Bank of Manhattan Trust Building when it was built. Its pinnacle reaches 927 feet (282.5m) and was very briefly the tallest building in the world, soon surpassed by the Chrys...||12/13/2006||662|
|On 5/6/2009 this bridge was blown up in the city of Pittsburgh. It hasn't been used for an extended period of time but it was ready to collapse.|
Here is a link to a slide show:
|The Big Chicken is a local landmark in Marietta, Georgia, built at the city's biggest intersection of Cobb Parkway (US 41) and Roswell Road (S. R. 120) - - exact address 12 Cobb Pkwy N, Marietta GA 30062.|
In 1963, Johnny Reb's Chick, Chuck and Shake owner S.R. "Tubby" Davis erected the 56-foot (17-meter) tall structure over his restaurant as a method of advertising. It ...
|In July 28, 1945, a B-25 Mitchell bomber flew into|
the Empire State Building.
At about 10 A.M., the bomber hit the 79th floor, killing the three men aboard instantly. One of the two engines went through the building and out the other side, and through the
roof of a 20-story building on the other side of 34th Street, starting a fire.
Eyewitness reported they heard a b...
|The Chrysler Building in Manhattan, NYC. Designed by William Van Allen for Walter P. Chrysler and completed in 1930. It was the tallest building in the world for just a few short months until it was overtaken by The Empire State Building. The spire of the building, as well as the hood ornament gargoyles are made of German Nirosta metal. The lobby is made of Italian and South African marble and ...||08/04/2005||1,092|
|The Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest and most recognizable skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. It has a structural height of 260 meters (853 feet) and contains 48 stories of retail and office space. Construction was begun in 1969 and finished in 1972. Although it no longer houses the headquarters of the Transamerica Corporation, it is still strongly associated with company and is depict...||08/03/2005||1,267|
|Alma College caught fire on May 28 2008. The fire was suspicious in nature. The smoke could be seen as far away as downtown London, Ontario. Shortly after the fire began the main building was completely engulfed. A significant amount of video coverage of the fire is available due to a rally by Arthur Voaden Secondary School to save the building which took place shortly before the fire. After th...||07/29/2010||584|
|The building was designed by Sir James Pennethorne between 1867 and 1870 as headquarters for the University of London. It occupied the northernmost section of the former garden of Burlington House. It was a grand building, but not especially large. The University of London is a federal university and this early central building contained little besides examination halls and a few offices; the p...||11/17/2006||376|
|This is a collection of most of the airfields used by the Royal Airforce defending Great Britain in the Battle of Britain in WWII. |
Some airfields may torn down, I wasn't able to find all of them. Some positions of airfields are uncertain as there is no longer an airfield but due to size and shape it might be a former airfield.
Corrections, suggestions and comments are welcome.