|4/25/19 Viaduct demolition|
It had been nearly a month since we were down at the waterfront to view ongoing demolition of the viaduct – it was high time to return and see how much progress had been made. We didn’t see quite the concentration of heavy equipment as last time (above); the machines were all still there, but undoubtedly scattered over a larger area moving north.
This time I got a closer view of the remains of three supports (below). Shredded rebar and other debris spilled out like veins from ripped limbs. I also got a better look at a lobster-clawed Ferma machine that I had sketched previously. It was busily gobbling up what looked like piles of black wire.
Meanwhile, my favorite photographer continued to document progress with his camera.