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Construction crews have commenced the demolition of a historic hotel to make way for the Parramatta Light Rail.
Yesterday evening, workers operating an excavator and crews with angle grinders and saws were seen tearing down the Royal Oak Hotel.
Established in 1813, the hotel was a mainstay of Church Street and would be filled for every game played at the former Parramatta Stadium.
The building is being flattened to make way for the light rail which will run from the Parramatta CBD to Westmead.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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