Lattice tower reduced to a steel stump
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The electric “Lattice Tower” on the Museum Plaza lot and its counterpart “Lattice Tower Mini” under the Ninth Street interchange are effectively gone. If you’re keeping track of the deconstruction game, you’ll remember the piece by piece removal of steel beams by workers high up in the air.

We’ve continued the time lapse shrinking tower photography after the click (until it disappeared behind the floodwall yesterday). Perhaps with the tower gone, the hibernating riverfront triceratops can again roam beneath the highway (a fitting metaphor? replacing one dinosaur with another); or is there a better spot for its return? Suggestions in the comments (and eulogies for the deconstructed tower).

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Branden Klayko

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