Demolition company Adamo brought down the upper section of the Silverdome on Monday, one day after some explosive charges failed to detonate. Company officials said wiring issues were the culprit of Sunday’s failed attempt, which disappointed thousands of onlookers who’d braved cold temperatures in hopes of seeing a dramatic collapse.

The Lions played at the suburban Detroit facility from 1975 through 2001. Unlike the Lions who played there, the Silverdome was built just a little too well to come down with one implosion.

The Silverdome also was the home of the NBA’s Detroit Pistons and hosted the Super Bowl in 1982.

During its lifetime, the indoor, 80,000-plus seat stadium also hosted Super Bowl XVI, Wrestlemania III, a visit by Pope John Paul II and various motorsport events.

Crews will now use hydraulic excavators to take care of the rest of the structure in sections. At least there was no MARTA bus to block the view of spectators for this implosion.