Paola Parra Harris
Here is the sequence as four four selective catalytic reactors at the St. Johns River Power Park are imploded. (Photos by Dede Smith)
With the reactors turned to rubble, only the boilers remain.
The site of the former City Hall is being cleared after much of the large debris from the implosion of the building on Jan. 20 was crushed into aggregate.
The view of the former courthouse site from Market Street, south of Bay Street.
Windows on the Blackstone Building that were broken when the former City Hall across the street was imploded have yet to be replaced.
It will be nearly four months before the steel girders encased with reinforced concrete that formed the frame of the former courthouse will be just a memory along East Bay Street.
Tree and shrub debris from the City Hall site is being compacted into what was the basement of the building.
The west side of the former courthouse has been removed.
Work continues to demolish the former Duval County Courthouse on East Bay Street .
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