As long as we're talking about the (alleged) end of science, look at this picture (courtesy of Don Monroe). This is demolition work being done in Murray Hill, NJ, as Alcatel-Lucent takes down a big hunk of Building 1 of Bell Labs.
This building and others at the site were the setting for some of the most important industrial research of the 20th century. (Before people ask, the particular lab where the transistor was first made is not being torn down here.) I've written before about the near-demise of long-term basic research in the industrial setting in the US. While Bell Labs still exists, this, like the demise of the Holmdel site, are painful marks of the end of an era.