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Watching Dallas Grow, Slowly

Someone needs to clean the schmutz off the Calatrava cam if it's gonna be up there longer than expected.
Someone needs to clean the schmutz off the Calatrava cam if it's gonna be up there longer than expected.

While we await some return phone calls: Twice today I've had occasion to dial up various local projects' construction webcams, including our old favorite the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge -- and this was before Mary Suhm acknowledged that, yup, you can cross that October opening off your to-do list, making her November '10 tah-dah a big 0-for-2. Which comes as no surprise to Schutze, who most days can be seen standing at the window staring to the west, muttering to himself about high winds and broken promises.

Anyway.

With a few minutes to kill I took the virtual tour of the other construction cams 'round town, three of which are aimed at the Arts District. (I miss some? I missed some.) Let's run 'em down on the other side.

The problem with the Perot Museum of Nature & Science webcam is that it doesn't show the opposite side with the sloped roof and its new "skin."
The problem with the Perot Museum of Nature & Science webcam is that it doesn't show the opposite side with the sloped roof and its new "skin."
The Museum Tower webcam, one of several with a look at the Woodall Rodgers Deck Park ...
The Museum Tower webcam, one of several with a look at the Woodall Rodgers Deck Park ...
... or you can just watch The Park's webcam.
... or you can just watch The Park's webcam.
Head north up Central, and you'll find the George W. Bush Presidential Center webcam, which has more than one perspective. Refreshing!
Head north up Central, and you'll find the George W. Bush Presidential Center webcam, which has more than one perspective. Refreshing!

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