Chimney Demolition Draws Thousands - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Thousands of people gathered in the streets of Port Kembla, a suburb in the Australian city of Wollongong, to watch the iconic 200-metre-high (650 feet) chimney fall in a demolition on Thursday (February 20), local media reported. The chimney, built from about 7,000 tonnes of concrete, steel and bricks, was part of the Port Kembla Copper works. The stack was built in 1965 and served as a chimney, as well as a marine navigation tool and tourist attraction, local media reported.



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