Consider it Cuyahoga Falls' new tourist attraction - the demolition of dams on the Cuyahoga River.
Since starting the process this week on the Sheraton Dam, city officials say there's been massive interest, with over 2600 curiosity seekers watching the dam destruction process on the city's "Dam Cam".
And Cuyahoga Falls city engineer Tony Demasi says that the curious are showing up in person all around the demolition area...like at lunchtime on Thursday.
"Between the people on the boardwalk, the people up on the bridge and the people out on the actual terrace overlook," Demasi tells AkronNewsNow.com, "there were over 30 people looking at it."
But Demasi cautions people not to get too curious on the water itself, with construction making going into the river unsafe.
"There is equipment being used down there, and we want to just look out for everybody's safety," Demasi says. "There'll be plenty of time to get down and touch the river and get in the river, but during this construction project we just want to keep everybody safe...not only the dam workers but the general public."
The next stage of the dam demolition process, after the "de-watering" reduction of water levels, will be the actual removal of concrete sections of the dam.
That should happen in the next couple of days.