Kingdome implosion, 2000

Item 100486, Fleets and Facilities Department Imagebank Collection (Record Series 0207-01), Seattle Municipal Archives.

  • missyleone PRO 6y

    Sweet!
  • chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto) PRO 6y

    Hehehheehhehehe. Oh i remember that well.
  • Tesla314 PRO 6y

    Somewhere I have the VHS of the implosion.

    I cried, but that's because I'm a sappy engineer. I can understand people disliking the Dome.
  • WordOfMouth PRO 6y

    A great day!
  • donte PRO 6y

    Chosen for Seattlest Picture of the Day for August 15, 2009. Thanks for sharing!
  • adam mattock 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called MLB NETWORK, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • adam mattock 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called NFL NETWORK, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Great Beyond PRO 5y

    Howdy -

    I run for a group called Lost Seattle, and I'd love it if you'd submit your exploding Kingdome shot to the group!
  • Clark Hamilton 5y

    This is an awesome photo! Will be displayed shortly as part of a Safeco Field History article on my website under Creative Commons License.
  • Brendan 5y

    I sat on Yesler Ave by Yesler Terrace and the freeway and watched the implosion. I was honestly kind of sad — when I was a kid we marched in some parade deal at the opening of the Kingdome so I had a bit of wondrous attachment. I also saw Chris Bosio's no-hitter and Nolan Ryan's last pitch — a grand slam to Dann Howitt — there.
  • KCTS 9 Public Television PRO 5y

    This photo would be a great addition to our group: The Tenth Inning on KCTS 9
  • Gina 5y

    When I entered Safeco Field for the first time and saw the grass, I cried.
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Taken on March 26, 2000
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