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What was the Year?

What was the Season?

Can you name any of the people?
Dozer oper would have been Tom Honeyset and his dog Snowball.

Can you name the location?
I believe this is near the Ashland St area. It was a long time ago and hard to remember.

I believe this was a building torn down for Urban Renewal by Western Mass Contractors. Most of the buildings were torn down by our 50 ton P&H truck crane with a clam shell but this one was torn down by a bulldozer. 977 Caterpillar trachscavator. When a wooden structure was torn down it was torn down from the roof down but when it was torn down using a dozier you would eat at it from the corner letting drop fall into you. I was the foreman Charles L. Flint

Another disaster in North Adams...tear down a perfectly good home...shame!

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