Crews have been pulling truckload after truckload of beds, dressers, lamps and everything else from Cap'n Jack's Waterfront Inn this week.
The everything else includes plaques on the wall, rugs on the floor and dishes in the sink.
New owners Bruce Paradise and Barry Turkanis, who will demolish the three Cap'n Jack's properties and build a high-end property with 15 condo units, have found a home for all the inn items, said Drew Crotty of Jemp-Marc Security, who has been organizing the massive clean-out.
Two truckloads of small beds and other small items are going to North Shore Veterans Counseling Services, Inc, an organization that has helped open a 30-unit shelter in Beverly for homeless veterans.
Everything else — from lamps and fixtures to washers and dryers and counter tops — is going to Centerboard of Lynn, Crotty said.
Centerboard owns multiple buildings in Lynn and its mission is creating opportunity for residents and businesses, according to its Facebook.
Crews from in Swampscott have been hauling loads from the inn since Tuesday.
On Thursday, in the inn's short seaside backyard, crews knocked down the poolhouse and hauled off the debris.
They also excavated the grounds in preparation for the demolition.
No date has been set for the demo, Crotty said.
Theplans to conduct training exercises at the property, he said.
The very back of the property includes a walkway along the sea and, below it, on the ocean rocks, remains part of a concrete deck.
Also at the sea's edge are remnants of a trestle that the original owner of Captain Jack's, Jack Miller, used to haul his houseboat in and out of the water, Crotty said.
The buildings' demolition got the green light months ahead of the demolition delay declared by the Swampscott Historical Commission.
On Tuesday commission members voted unanimously to lift the delay since it was clear the owners were not going to agree to preserve any parts of the buildings.
The owners bought Cap'n Jack's Inn from David Rooney for $3.5 million.