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The 70;000-Seat main stadium for the Olympics is one of the most complex and costly structures ever built. Its final cost may top $700 million. Baffling design; disorganized management and labor troubles combined to bog down the project for long periods. It'll be ready; minus some planned features; for the Games opening July 17.<br />
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PHOTO :  Dick Darrell - Toronto Star Archives - AQP
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1976 Olympic games
The 70;000-Seat main stadium for the Olympics is one of the most complex and costly structures ever built. Its final cost may top $700 million. Baffling design; disorganized management and labor troubles combined to bog down the project for long periods. It'll be ready; minus some planned features; for the Games opening July 17.

1976

PHOTO : Dick Darrell - Toronto Star Archives - AQP

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From gallery: 1976
Source: Fonds Toronto Star
Date: 1 Jul 1976
Location: Quebec Qc Canada
Credit: Toronto Star Archives
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