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Fictional Buildings that YOU'VE made.

Post anything about fictional buildings that you've made in your mind.
Please add a description, date of construction, date of demolition, etc.
I'll get you started
Name- Lybridge Secondary School

Location- Fictional town of Lybridge

Date of Construction- 1949

Date of Demolition- 2004

Description- A very significant structure lays in downtown Lybridge. In front of Jasmine Road, fronted by trees and flowers, it is mostly grey cladding around the sides. It was built into a tall hillside, sporting 3 floors, and a rooftop parking deck. It was the largest school in the province of Ontario before the tragedy that struck there.

Pre Tragedy- A section of the school had been plagued by water leaks for years. Rain-water and snow water had dripped down from the rooftop parking deck, to the third-floor computer lab and then to the 2 story Gymnasium below. Water leaks became more frequent and many computer had been sent to the dump because of water damage. A piece of concrete fell through one of the class-room ceiling about 2 years before the disaster. It was in roughly the same spot of the following disaster.

2004 Tragedy- Disaster struck on the morning of April, 3rd 2004. A section of the rooftop parking deck had collapsed into the computer lab, and then into the gym. Below the gymnasium also layed a cafeteria, though it was destroyed in the collapse too. Evacuations of the building proved difficult, with panicking students fleeing the building, trying to rush. The school was fully demolished on June 24th, 2004.
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