A large part of the St. Stanislaus pier went missing during Zeta.
Here's the view from the Washington Street jetty.
Although most boats had been evacuated from the BSL Harbor, at least two of the ones remaining ended up on the docks.
At the harbor's entrance, the Welcome to Bay St. Louis sign was a storm casualty.
Windows at the Blind Tiger restaurant took a beating.
Across the street, the historic building that's home to 200 N. Beach Restaurant seems to have fared well.
The new Pearl Hotel on the corner of Beach Blvd. and Main Street appeared to have suffered only minor damage.
A snapped telephone pole on Main Street less than a block away is testament to the strength of the winds. Photo by Katrina Niolet.
On Toulme Street, one of the former McDonald Hardware buildings suffered major structural damage. Photo by Katrina Niolet.
Here's a side view of the building from Easterbrook Street. Photo by Katrina Niolet.
Photo by Katrina Niolet.
The historic BSL City Hall, a designated Mississippi Landmark, lost its cupola. Photo by Katrina Niolet.
This 2018 file photo shows the cupola in place - photo by Ellis Anderson.
Photographer Katrina Niolet found it on the ground of the park, next to the Shoofly oak.
The popular live music venue, 100 Men Hall, lost half its roof, leaving the historic building exposed to the elements. Click below to help the non-profit organization cover its large insurance deductible! You can donate online - any amount is helpful.
This cottage on Washington and Third, was also shorn of its roofing.
On North Beach Blvd., the fence of the Bay-Waveland Yacht Club had been torn away. The weather station in front of the club recorded gusts of up to 104mph.
This sailboat is usually on display across from the yacht club. It was blown from its stand into a neighboring yard.
This pier was one of several that sustained critical damage.
Across the bridge in our sister city of Pass Christian, the stretch of Highway 90 in front of the harbor made a sad statement of Zeta's power. We posted this video on Facebook and it had more than 150k views in 24 hours.
Santa and the American flag kept vigil over the remains of the Bourdin building on Market Street and Scenic.