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After that, the Dome will be nothing more than a figment of Minnnesotans' memories. Below ground, however, demolition and excavation works continues along with construction of the new stadium, which is already proceeding at a rapid pace.
The MSFA says 15 percent of the new stadium's drilled piers have been installed, and three percent of its total concrete is poured.
Not that you can tell from afar:
Strange view from my desk -- with no Metrodome. Well, it's that pile of rubble, if you look closely. pic.twitter.com/hC6dAmYvT9
MSFA spokesperson Jenn Hathaway told us more than a dozen columns that will hold up the new stadium's concourses have already been constructed.
But for now, there's not much to look at where the Metrodome once stood, which is itself a sight to see. Over the weekend a few folks shared before and after photos of the last moments of the final standing Dome concourse. Click to page two to check them out.
From earliest to most recent:
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Not much left of the Metrodome pic.twitter.com/GYm7jpSUw7-- stevecohen (@stevecohen) March 16, 2014