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Seneca Co. Courthouse Demolition: 1-25

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Demolition of Seneca County's 1884 courthouse continues Wednesday Jan. 25, 2012.

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The clock tower is the only part of the structure that is still standing.

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A backhoe scoops up debris from the courthouse.

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Bricks pile up outside the remains of the courthouse.

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A backhoe continues to work on a large debris pile.

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A worker walks in front of the courthouse work site.

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