High-Speed Rail

July 14, 2014 9:58 AM

Old Fresno bar is first building demolished to make way for high-speed rail

Demolition crews made short work of the old Annie's Hollywood Inn bar on Fresno's Golden State Boulevard on Monday, marking the first demolition statewide to make way for California's proposed high-speed rail project.

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