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Seneca Co. Courthouse Demolition: 1-18

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The Seneca County Courthouse demolition site on January 18, 2012.

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A group forms outside of the fence of the Seneca County Courthouse demolition site waiting for a new bucket of materials to be dropped onto a pile that they can go through and salvage.

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Lisa Swickard, left, and Kathy Zellner, right, watch and wait for a new bucket of materials that they can go through and salvage.

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Larry Ball, from Tiffin, center, waits with a crowd to go through a pile of courthouse rubble that is being dumped from a front loader onto a pile.

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A new bucket of material is dumped outside of the fence of the Seneca County Courthouse demolition site.

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Mike Tyree, left, and Scott Edmondson, right, from Tiffin, compare bricks that they salvaged.

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Chris Babione, from Tiffin, holds a piece of a stair made out of cast iron.

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Chris Babione goes through a pile of courthouse demolition pieces.

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Babione goes through a pile pieces to salvage.

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Kathy Zellner, from Tiffin, goes through a pile of courthouse demolition pieces.

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Chris Babione, left, and Kathy Zellner, right, from Tiffin, salvage pieces.

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Chris Babione, left, and Kathy Zellner, right, compare bricks that they salvaged.

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Chris Babione holds a piece of a carved stone that he saved.

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Larry Ball, from Tiffin, uses a hammer to go through the rubble pile.

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The Seneca County Courthouse demolition site.

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A door and a column and other carved pieces of stone are in a pile inside the fence.

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