The demolition of downtown’s Las Vegas Club casino continues, and we’ve got exclusive photos and video to keep you in the loop on all the glorious carnage.
North American Dismantling Corp.’s high reach excavator, nicknamed Bronto, has been working is way up and down Las Vegas Club’s southern hotel tower.
Here’s the exclusive video thingy.
The best part is you can watch that video over and over again and you won’t go blind or get hair on your palms.
If you’re like us and can’t get enough of demolition photos and video, you’ll want to slide your eyeballs into our Las Vegas Club demolition archive.
While the focus of the Las Vegas Club demolition has been on the hotel towers, additional work has been going on nearby as well.
A portion of the facade has been cut away, resulting in a photo op sure to win us some sort of blogging award.
The baseball player statue’s days are winding down, and it’s expected the figure will be taken down with the rest of the facade.
The demolition of the Las Vegas Club is part of a larger project taking down a number of structures at 18 Fremont to make way for a new casino resort.
Stay tuned for more updates.