on how google and flickr can magically merge history (I).

1945, New York, New York.

1926, Cornhill, London, England.

1937, Trafalgar Square, London, England.

1952, Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh, Scotland.

1955, Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA.

1966, Kensington, England.

1880-1890, Kensington Terrace, Leeds, England.


Via Historypin, Flickr’s Looking into the Past group, NPR.


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2 thoughts on “on how google and flickr can magically merge history (I).

  1. PurpleT

    I’ve seen something a bit similar to this somewhere. Not sure if it was online or in a news paper..??
    This was a nice find🙂

    I always like to see the old against the new. I find it fascinating how some places change so much, but others seem to hardly change at all.

    • glad you liked it.🙂 i didn’t know a newspaper wrote about it, too. i spotted those pics on a website, i think. i’ve mentioned it at the end. i love them even now.🙂

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