Remembering Texas Stadium | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Take a look back at the former home of the Dallas Cowboys before the April 11 implosion

Monday, Apr 12, 2010

Engaged on the Star

Engaged on the Star

Six years ago, Dave and Becky Mead were engaged on the star in the middle of Texas Stadium, they joined Cowboys fans who watched the stadium come crumbling down.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: All the Angles

Stadium Implosion: All the Angles

An estimated 20,000 people showed up in Irving to see Texas Stadium come crashing down. Check out all the angles.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

V.I.P. Tent: Excitement and Sadness

V.I.P. Tent: Excitement and Sadness

Former Dallas Cowboys players and Jerry Jones filled the V.I.P. tent to watch Casey Rodgers push the button that brought down Texas Stadium.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: Inside and Outside Views

Stadium Implosion: Inside and Outside Views

The city of Irving had many cameras both inside and outside Texas Stadium during the implosion.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Fans Fill Red Lot to Watch Implosion

Fans Fill Red Lot to Watch Implosion

More than 4,000 cars filled with an unknown number of people filled the red lot near Texas Stadium as fans watched the former home of the Cowboys reduced to rubble in seconds.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: Chopper View

Stadium Implosion: Chopper View

Chopper 5 gives a bird's eye view of the implosion of Texas Stadium.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: Nothing But Rubble

Stadium Implosion: Nothing But Rubble

Chopper 5 gives a bird's eye view of the implosion of Texas Stadium.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: City of Irving Feed

Stadium Implosion: City of Irving Feed

View of the demolition of Texas Stadium from the city of Irving's feed.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Stadium Implosion: Nothing But Rubble

Stadium Implosion: Nothing But Rubble

See what's left of Texas Stadium after the legendary roof falls to Earth.

Sunday, Apr 11, 2010

Irving Mayor Herb Gears on Implosion

Irving Mayor Herb Gears on Implosion

Irving Mayor Herb Gears talks about Sunday's implosion of Texas Stadium.

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