The second oldest hotel casino on the strip just bit the dust.
The New Frontier was imploded early Tuesday morning.
The New Frontier originally opened as the Last Frontier in 1942. It was owned at one time by Howard Hughes, and also, partially, by Steve Wynn.
It's demolition makes way for the development of even more high-end properties on the northern strip. Now only Circus Circus, Slots-A-Fun, the Riviera, The Stratosphere and The Sahara remain north of the Wynn.
You can check out Vegas Today and Tomorrow for some excellent information on all the changes.