I recently created a blog post, and a photo album, about the demolition of the John B. Gordon elementary school in the East Atlanta neighborhood. I revisited the site on January 14th, and took a few more shots of the progress. The demolition does not seem to be moving very quickly. The machine being used to knock down the walls was sitting idle, and only a few more chunks of the west wall (the one closest to Moreland Avenue) seems to have been disturbed.
The lighting conditions were not idea when I took the shots, but they should be clear enough to mark the progress of the demolition at the time I took them.
I'll continue to post updates and photos as things change. I have yet to actually see anyone involved in the demolition, so it is evidently not a priority project for the company doing the teardown.
Since there are only 13 photos, I'm going to include them all in the body of this post, but I've also provided an album, available in the sidebar, so you'll be able to easily locate the album later.
All my photos are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International. That means you can do anything you want with them, without asking my permission, as long as you attribute them to me.
UPDATE: I drove by the site today, and the contractor has made considerable progress on the demolition. Most of the main building seems to be down. It was too rainy and overcast for me to take photos, but I'll return on the first clear day.