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the University Of Nebraska implodes two of their residence halls, creating room for a green space.
12/22/17 Implosion of Cather and Pound Halls at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Both 13 story buildings were imploded at exactly 9am and fell onto the grounds formerly containing the Cather/Pound/Neihardt Dining Hall.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln imploded their Cather and Pound dorm buildings at 9am on December 22nd, 2017. The connected dining hall between the twin buildings was torn down in October and its open space provided a prime spot for the dorms to fall. The University hopes to build more dorm buildings to replace the ones torn down, but for now will create a temporary green space once the rubble is removed. For more information on the demolition and on the history of Cather and Pound, visit the links below. https://housing.unl.edu/cather-pound-demolition https://unlincoln.exposure.co/historic-towers This video was recorded on an iPad Pro and belongs to the creator of this channel.
NEBCO, Inc. has been part of Nebraska and the regions history for over a century. NEBCO traces its roots to Abel Construction Company, founded in 1908 by George P. Abel, Sr. Today, NEBCO is a third generation, family-owned and operated business. With over 1,000 employees, NEBCO has grown to become one of Nebraskas largest privately owned firms. NEBCOs operations span the state of Nebraska and supply the construction industry with the materials needed to construct buildings, streets and highways. The companys business interests also include mining, highway and road construction, finance, real estate recreation development, agriculture, transportation, railroading and warehousing. As Nebraska has grown in the last century, so has NEBCO, building Nebraska into areas of concrete and ...
Discover the scenic side of life at http://Ydstoti.com - Meadville Ghost Town We were excited to see a ghost town listed near our backroads route in north central Nebraska. Our AAA map listed it under "Historic." The map showed the ghost town of Meadville located on the Niobrara River, but no road to the north; we decided to embark on a bit of a side-trip adventure anyway. We're always up for that! After a few miles of gravel road and some beautiful fall foliage, we crossed a brand new bridge -- which was a pleasant surprise since our map didn't show that detail. About a half mile further, we located the "historic ghost town." The General Store is open daily at noon. We were there mid-morning so there was no one around. Meadville's main building is the Post Office/General Store which ...
The following is a list of the tallest buildings by U.S. state. Forty are in their respective state's largest city and 18 are in their state's capital city. The tallest building in the U.S. by architectural height is currently One World Trade Center in New York, which is approximately 1,776 feet — more than the combined heights of the tallest buildings in Wyoming, Vermont, Maine, South Dakota, Montana, North Dakota, New Hampshire, and West Virginia. Many are attributed to banks: three to JPMorgan Chase and U.S. Bancorp, and two to Wells Fargo and Bank of America. The list includes the tallest (completed or topped out) buildings in each state of the United States. The following is current tallest building in each state: 1. ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER New York City, NEW YORK Height : 541.3 m (1...
On our road trip in 2014, we had the pleasure of driving through the quaint little town of Red Cloud, Nebraska. The brick road through the downtown area was amazing, as well as the architecture of the buildings. We stopped for a bite of breakfast pizza while there! Residents of Red Cloud, you live in a beautiful place. To see thousands of pictures, more videos and tons of RV info, visit http://RVRoadTrip.us and http://JerryandCynthia.com
The newest season of History in Review takes a look back at the early days of the State of Nebraska, its famous children, and its greatest monuments in history. Filmed on location in Lincoln, Nebraska. Disclaimer: I own nothing. Facebook: www.facebook.com/kangaroorutlidge Patreon: www.patreon.com/kangaroorutlidge
100 years of American industrial development included in one man's collection spread out in over 20 exhibit buildings. Planes, cars, appliances, collections, village buildings and their content, its all here. Come and enjoy.
The Pilger Twin EF-4 tornadoes, The Wayne County line satellite and birth of the Wakefield EF-4 tornado. Full story w/ radar and commentary. To license HD tornado video contact firstname.lastname@example.org THE EVENT: June 16, 2014 Early this afternoon the Storm Prediction Center was monitoring a volatile atmosphere over Nebraska. By 2:34 PM satellite imagery revealed a lone thunderstorm developing in Boone, Platte and Madison counties and By 4PM a large damaging tornado was being reported near the town of Stanton. Base velocity started revealing a second area of powerful rotation within the storm. The Stanton tornado would earn an EF-4 rating before dissipating Near highway 57 and 275. When I arrived at the scene, another tornado had developed southwest of Pilger, NE and strengthened t...
We got a sneak peek at the inside of the still-under-construction Nebraska Building at the Nebraska State Fairgrounds in Grand Island. The building will be open for the 2014 Nebraska State Fair. The building will feature Nebraska-centered interactive displays and such. It's located on the west side of the Family Fun Zone.
Step back in time to the Old West with a guided visit to the Winnetoon boardwalk, complete with historical buildings and artifacts, a trading post and a garden of native wild flowers and prairie grasses. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
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These US Capitol buildings align in Google Earth within an accuracy of 3km. Do you think it was planned, or just a coincidence? Nebraska: 40°48'29.07"N 96°41'58.75"W Iowa: 41°35'27.91"N 93°36'13.42"W Vermont: 44°15'44.77"N 72°34'49.93"W Maine: 44°18'25.80"N 69°46'54.09"W Length: 2234km / 1388 miles Bearing: 70.98°
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Cather and Pound halls tumbling down on December 22nd 2017 at 9 a.m. in a controlled demolition implosion. A nine-square-block perimeter allowed only members of the implosion team. People could remain indoors within a second perimeter of 16 square blocks and this video was taken from within 2 blocks of the building from one of the closet public locations. Demolition starts at 0:42 and you can see a flash in the base just before the first explosion.
Visit http://BARE-USA.com BARE USA is a nation wide photography project that contrast natural beauty with man-made decay. This contrast is achieved by photographing nude models in abandoned locations. Join me as BARE USA engages in Urban Exploration in Omaha NE. In this episode explore some abandoned places in Nebraska the second stop on the BARE USA photography tour. The search proved to be difficult but eventually lead me to a location just right for the BARE USA project. Skip to the parts YOU want to see by clicking on the time below 0:28 Abandoned train bridge and tower 1:42 Abandoned farm house 3:10 Abandoned house 4:45 Abandoned brick buildings See the final result of the shoot @ http://bare-usa.com/old-house-on-route-66/ If you like this video please don't forget to share it...