At Texas Stadium Today, A Few Former Dallas Cowboys Paid Their Last Respects
Nate Newton remembered his time at Texas Stadium: "I lived in an unreal world for 13 years."
A couple weeks ago, you may recall, we brought you a look inside what's left of Texas Stadium, which, to our eyes, looked just about ready to come down.
Inside the stadium Stephen Revile, A&R Demolition's operations manager for the job, described how the landmark would come down, in "a minute-a-half, tops." Revile said he'd worked other major demolitions, including Reunion Arena, but was clearly looking forward to this one. "This will be my biggest accomplishment when we're done," he said.
A&R Demolition operations manager Stephen Revile explains the path the explosions will take around the stadium on April 11.
Brad Sham offered one final welcome to Texas Stadium.
floated the idea of a half-demolition, like the Coliseum in Rome, to leave Irving with a world-class tourist destination.
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