Saturday, January 29, 2011

Amon G. Construction

I took this photo of the Amon G. Carter construction area. I was walking back to the car and thought for those of you who don't live in Fort Worth, you'd get a glimpse of the progress.

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It's wierd seeing the place without 3/4 of the west stand.

10 comments:

Tanner said...

can't make an omelet without controlled shaped charges and some wrecking balls.

heres to hoping it doesn't collapse like the south endzone stuff did.

Tanner said...

also, i was going to buy the rose bowl replay on itunes for 4 bucks.

fyi, if you have an xbox 360 with an xbox live subscription, you can download an espn channel.

you must do this. it has replays of every game of the season that aired on espn, including all the BCS bowls. and the boise-nevada game. among others, if you care to watch. FO FREE, all streaming.

saved me 4 bucks.

drrob0926 said...

Thanks for this.
Out in LA. Don't get to the campus too often.

Tanner said...

any good senior bowl links would be appreciated.

kerley caught a td pass, but i can't find any other stats. couldn't even watch the damned game, thanks nfl network.

Lyle Lanley said...

Great post. I drove by yesterday, but didn't have a camera with me (and I don't make iphone money).

Drove by Lupton, as well. Looks like that expansion is just about complete.

Tanner said...

wait...i didn't know lupton was getting that this year....

i require a picture of that as well... and an article. Are they putting more seats on the 1st or 3rd base side?

pt2tons said...

I know this has been posted before but in case you missed it the link below will take you to live streaming webcams of the on going construction.

http://www.physicalplant.tcu.edu/AmonCarterStadiumRenovation.asp

Lyle Lanley said...

Has anyone else had problems trying to view the live construction cams? Or am I the only one with a shitty computer?

pt2tons said...

I have problems viewing the webcams as well. It requires an add-on to run the live stream and Iexplore will block it (seems to be a timeout issue, so click the allow drop down box quickly). I got it to work here at the office, but not at the house.

William said...

Tanner, They are adding seats on both sides. I think they are completing the plans in the original renderings.