Downtown warehouse demolished for High Speed Rail

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The walls are coming down on another building in downtown Fresno to make room for high speed rail. (KFSN)

The walls are coming down on another building in downtown Fresno to make room for high speed rail.

A former warehouse on G Street near Fresno Street started demolition this morning. This comes less than a week after "Seibert's Fuel Station" at Princeton and Marks, which also included a Valero gas station, was torn down.

The $64-billion dollar high speed rail project looks to build the rail network from the Central Valley to San Jose before it heads to Southern California.
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