The Pontiac Silverdome, formerly known as the Silverdome, is a stadium in Pontiac, Michigan, United States. It opened in 1975 and sits on 127 acres (51 ha) of land. When the stadium opened, it featured a fiberglass fabric roof held up by air pressure, the first use of the technique in a major athletic facility. The roof has since been removed. With a seating capacity of 82,000, it was the largest stadium in the National Football League (NFL) until FedEx Field (91,000 capacity) in suburban Washington, D.C., opened in 1997.
The Pontiac Silverdome
Marktown is an urban planned worker community in East Chicago, Indiana, United States, built during the Progressive Era in...
Over the many decades, there were many different businesses that went out of business withing the Central Manufacturing District....
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- The Steel Industry
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- Abandoned Chicago Heights Executive Tower
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- Gold Coast Chicago Aerial View
- Death of the Shopping Mall
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- The Wasteland
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