St. Francis Xavier Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Manhattan in New York City at 30-36 West 16th Street between 5th Avenue and the Avenue of the Americas in the Flatiron District Neighborhood of Manhattan. Without people how long does this structure last.

2 Days after people: Power grid fails over the New York City border and that means the St. Xavier Church's Power grid fails forever into darkness.

150 Years after people: The Churches roof has already collapsed 100 years ago. How could this happen? The answer is the Real Church was torn down in 1878 but in the Next four years, the current Church has been in use since 1882. Designed by Architect Patrick Charles Keely. Who over his Carrer after building Hundreds of other Churches. The 2nd St. Xavier church was built in 2001 and was completed in 2010. So this structure is falling apart more worse than the other Earlier buildings such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. But can it last a few more years.

190 Years after people: The roof of the Church has collapsed long ago, now the rest of the Church is an dire straights. Finally a Earthquake ravages New York City. Parts of the windows that still remains fall of the Church. other buildings follow the Church. and as the Earthquake hits the St. Xavier church. the Walls follow. Leaving Rubble behind of what was once the St. Xavier Church.


The church before people vanish

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