Riviera Casino Demolished
Explosives bring down the iconic Riviera Casino in Las Vegas. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Aladdin - April 17, 1998 - day - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
US Implosion
Famous Las Vegas hotel and Casino demolished
Hacienda Implosion
The stroke of east coast midnight meant the end of a 40-year history for the Hacienda Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Almost 500-thousand people witnessed the historic hotel implode, even as temperatures hit the low 50's. The sound was deafening, and a huge dust cloud rose several thousand feet over the Las Vegas Strip. It took more than one minute for the dust to clear enough to see what remained of the Hacienda. Circus Circus Enterprises, which owns more than a mile of strip land, plans to build a new 800-million-dollar mega resort on the Hacienda site.. The action then shifted to a giant block party in front of the Mirage, Treasure Island, and Caesars Palace resorts, just two miles away. The event featured live performances by Sinbad, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Salt-n-Pepa.
Las Vegas Building
US Implosion - Vegas' famous Stardust hotel is demolished after firework display
NAME: US IMPLOSION 20070313Ixx TAPE: EF07/0305 IN_TIME: 11:19:36:01 DURATION: 00:01:15:16 SOURCES: Boyd Gaming VNR DATELINE: Las Vegas - 13 March 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Fireworks ahead of the demolition of the Stardust casino on Sunset Strip 2. Countdown to the demolition lit up on building, and its implosion 3. Various of aftermath of implosion STORYLINE: The once-glitzy Stardust casino on the Las Vegas Strip known for its bargain rooms, friendly service was demolished on Tuesday following a massive fireworks display. It'll be replaced by Boyd Gaming's US 4.4 billion dollar mega-resort Echelon Place. The implosion turned the 32-storey tower, gutted to its barest concrete and steel over the past three months, into the tallest building ever to be felled on the Strip. The clean up of the site is now expected to take up to two months. The Stardust had opened July 2, 1958, billing itself as the world's largest resort hotel with 1032 rooms. It is credited with being Las Vegas' first mass-market casino, thanks to cheap rates and loss-leading food and drinks. In its place, Boyd plans to build a new resort, due to open in late 2010. The development is expected to be made up of more than 5,000 hotel rooms, a production theatre, concert venue, shopping mall and more than 1 million square feet (93,000 square metres) of meeting space.
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Landmark - November 7, 1995 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
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ALADDIN IMPLOSION
Another Las Vegas landmark was reduced to rubble tonight. The Aladdin hotel and casino has hit paydirt...or to be more precise just dirt. With a couple of explosions and cloud of dust the last of the 60's Vegas hotel casinos went out in a blaze of glory only to be followed with fireworks and a cheering crowd.
Dune Casino
Nevada Building Implosion
LAS VEGAS HOTEL IMPLODED TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW RESORT
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Dunes - October 29, 1993 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Hacienda - December 31, 1996 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
ALADDIN IMPLOSION
The famous Aladdin hotel is only a fond memory today, after it was reduced to rubble last night. The Aladdin hotel and casino has hit paydirt... or to be more precise just dirt. With a couple of explosions and cloud of dust the last of the 60's Vegas hotel casinos went out in a blaze of glory only to followed with fireworks and a cheering crowd. But gamblers, do not despair, the site will house a brand new one-point-three billion aladdin casino and hotel in the year 2000.
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Hacienda - December 31, 1996 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Sands - November 26, 1996 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
1990s Las Vegas Demolition
Implosions of Las Vegas hotels - Dunes - October 29, 1993 - night - fireworks - explosions - hotel - implosions - implosion - casino - demolition
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Las Vegas strip - night - casino hotel implosion - fireworks - spotlights - gambling - demolition
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Las Vegas strip - night - aftermath of casino hotel implosion - smoke from rubble - demolition
2005
Las Vegas strip - night - aftermath of casino hotel implosion - pan across strip - water hoses spray rubble - demolition
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Las Vegas strip - night - aftermath of casino hotel implosion - Royal Resort sign - smoke from rubble - demolition
2005
Las Vegas strip - night - aftermath of casino hotel implosion - water hoses spray rubble - demolition
2005
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