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  Friday, 7 February, 2003, 14:45 GMT
Twin Towers demolition begins
A digger rmoves a wall at Wembley Stadium
A digger removes a wall at Wembley, beginning a demolition process that is expected to last six months

The twin towers, Wembley Stadium
The famous twin towers will make way for a 'triumphant arch', which helps operate a mobile roof

Diggers begin the demolition of Wembley Stadium
For the next four years, the songs and shouts of sports fans will be replaced by the sound of heavy machinery

The early effects of demolition work at Wembley
Wembley will be a building site until it re-opens for the 2006 FA Cup Final as an all new 90,000-seater venue

The twin towers are all that remains of Wembley stadium
On the morning of the demolition only the twin towers stand alone among the ruins of Wembley stadium

John Bull reminds everyone of the strong tradition and memories represented by the towers
John Bull (real name Ray Egan) stages a protest below the towers and holds up a replica Jules Rimes trophy

The machines move in to tear down the twin towers
The machines move in to remove the final pieces of Wembley - the historic landmark twin towers


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