Charred walls, smashed satellites and a chaotic pile of rubble is all that remains of what was once Griffith's thriving hub of TV and radio.
The building which housed 2RG radio station and the MTN9 TV station for nearly 40 years was destroyed by a fire last Friday.
The purpose-built broadcast station had been abandoned since 2016, but former staff remember it as a bustling workplace filled with unique characters and memorable moments.
"It was a place with a buzz, there was always something going on."
Greg Murphy, who worked in the building for over 30 years, said it's destruction is a sad moment for those with fond memories of the site.
"When it was pumping we had 45 people out there ... we were producing local shows like Romper Room and Cooking Better Electrically ... you never knew who would be in and out each day," Mr Murphy said.
"The fire has created a lot of emotion because it was more than just a place to work ... it was like it's own little city."
...it was like it's own little city.Greg Murphy
"It's definitely a huge shame but we were lucky to have an operation like it at all."
The cupboards in Mr Murphy's office are littered with old title cards and camera equipment - memorabilia which he collected from the halls of the building when it was sold in 2016.
"I took a lot of stuff from there because it's history ... media changes so fast and some of the stuff we were doing isn't done anywhere anymore," he said.
Among his collection are the exact cardboard title cards which were held in front of the camera before hit local shows like Making Men and Romper Room went to air.
He also has tapes which "go back nearly 40 or 50 years" of almost every local news broadcast which went to air from the station.
The broadcast station was built by the late Ray Gamble in 1965 and it played an important role in driving the development of Griffith's radio and TV network.
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Over the years the building hosted radio and television shows which covered news, sport, entertainment, children's programs and interactive shows.
It was originally home to MTN9 and 2RG and later went on to house Star FM and WIN Television before being abandoned and sold to new owners in 2016.
It is not clear what the owners of the building now plan to do with the site.
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