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Demolition at First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street nearly finished
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Demolition at First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street nearly finished

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The demolition project leaves behind in the short term half of a city block to be used as open space.

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Demolition of the ancillary buildings behind the First Baptist Church on West Fifth St. in downtown Winston-Salem is all but complete, Wednesday, September 26, 2018, leaving only rubble to clear away. 

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Demolition of the chapel behind First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street in Winston-Salem is all but complete, leaving only rubble to clear away on Wednesday. The church is downsizing primarily to its sanctuary building. Two buildings on the downtown campus are included in the demolition project.

Demolition at historic downtown church

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A demolition crew began tearing into the chapel building at the First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street in downtown Winston-Salem on Thursda…

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A demolition crew began tearing into the chapel building at the First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street in downtown Winston-Salem, Thursday.

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Demolition jaws tearing into a chapel window.

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Demolition of First Baptist Church in downtown Winston-Salem, Wednesday.

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Water spray and demolition dust rain down on a chandelier during the building’s destruction.

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The remains of an arched storm window are silhouetted by water spray as crews began tearing down the First Baptist Church chapel, Thursday.

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A demolition crew began tearing into the chapel building at the First Baptist Church on West Fifth Street in downtown Winston-Salem, Thursday.

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Shattered windows lean against debris as a crew demolishes the chapel of the First Baptist Church.

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