Dismantling the Bangor Auditorium

Posted June 10, 2013, at 4:07 p.m.
Debris from the Bangor Civic Cener is pulled apart and sorted on site before being recycled as the Bangor Civic Center and Bangor Auditorium are dismantled piece by piece on Thursday.
Debris from the Bangor Civic Cener is pulled apart and sorted on site before being recycled as the Bangor Civic Center and Bangor Auditorium are dismantled piece by piece on Thursday.
The wooden seats of the Bangor Auditorium can be seen after sheets of asbestos siding have been removed from the defunct community facility on Thursday.
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The wooden seats of the Bangor Auditorium can be seen after sheets of asbestos siding have been removed from the defunct community facility on Thursday.
Hand painted initials are revealed on the inner girders of the Bangor Auditorium as sheets of asbestos siding are removed from the defunct community facility in Bangor on Thursday.
Hand painted initials are revealed on the inner girders of the Bangor Auditorium as sheets of asbestos siding are removed from the defunct community facility in Bangor on Thursday.
The metal letters formerly installed on the east end of the Bangor Auditorium can be seen on the ground after having been removed from the defunct community facility as seen on Thursday.
The metal letters formerly installed on the east end of the Bangor Auditorium can be seen on the ground after having been removed from the defunct community facility as seen on Thursday.
Workers remove asbestos panels from the girders of the Bangor Auditorium exposing the interior to the outdoor elements.The defunct community facility in Bangor is being dismantled and is expected to take 6 weeks to compete.
Workers remove asbestos panels from the girders of the Bangor Auditorium exposing the interior to the outdoor elements.The defunct community facility in Bangor is being dismantled and is expected to take 6 weeks to compete. Buy Photo
The east end of the Bangor Auditorium appears to loom over the new Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Thursday. Dismantling of the old auditorium is on schedule and should take about 6 weeks to complete. A 200 space parking lot will be paved over the former site.
The east end of the Bangor Auditorium appears to loom over the new Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Thursday. Dismantling of the old auditorium is on schedule and should take about 6 weeks to complete. A 200 space parking lot will be paved over the former site.
Workers remove asbestos panels from the girders of the Bangor Auditorium exposing the interior to the outdoor elements.The defunct community facility in Bangor is being dismantled and is expected to take 6 weeks to compete.
Workers remove asbestos panels from the girders of the Bangor Auditorium exposing the interior to the outdoor elements.The defunct community facility in Bangor is being dismantled and is expected to take 6 weeks to compete.
Birds continue to build in the letters of the Bangor Civic Center sign as heavy machinery eats away at the brick wall the sign hangs on on Thursday. Dismantling of the old auditorium is on schedule and should take about 6 weeks to complete. A 200 space parking lot will be paved over the former site.
Birds continue to build in the letters of the Bangor Civic Center sign as heavy machinery eats away at the brick wall the sign hangs on on Thursday. Dismantling of the old auditorium is on schedule and should take about 6 weeks to complete. A 200 space parking lot will be paved over the former site.

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