A then and now. Grossinger's Catskill Resort Hotel swimming pool. Located in the Borscht Belt of New York State. [719 × 971].
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40 years ago today Emergency aired it's last episode. Here's to Johnny and Roy, they were as cool as it got back in the day.
/r/OldSchoolCool **History's cool kids, looking fantastic!** A pictorial and video celebration of history's coolest kids, everything from...
647: Pepsi-Cola Vintage Soda Fountain Dispenser - Feb 17, 2007 | Mark Lawson Antiques, Inc. in NY
1950s Selmix Postmix Dispenser "Say Pepsi Please"; Single swivel tap, with Pepsi handle; fair condition; 21" tall Ple... Item was passed
81 Before & After Pics Showing How The World Has Changed Over Time By Re.Photos
We are a group of people who love re-photographies (“before and after”, “then and now”) because of their potential to tell fascinating stories with just two pictures. There wasn’t really a central hub for this kind of art so we got to work and built re.photos. It’s a website that enables people to browse hundreds of pictures or upload and align their own.
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20 Startling Pics To Show Anyone Who Doesn't Think Climate Change Is Real
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Lynchburg Then and Now - N&W Tunnel in 1982 and 2011
In the top photograph shot by Garland Harper on May 30, 1982, the last train ever passes through the N&W Tunnel under Hollins Mill Road. Thirty years later, the tunnel is part of the Blackwater Creek Bikeway. Cut in 1851-52 through 508 ft. of solid rock, the curved tunnel was integral in connecting Lynchburg by rail to the New River in southwestern Virginia. The tunnel was part of the Virginia & Tennessee (later Norfolk & Western) original main line, and until the mid-1960's, all N&W…
Une vue du quartier centre-sud depuis le pont Jacques-Cartier. Source : Musée McCord © Tous droits réservés : Guillaume St-Jean Maintenant via Facebook : Montréal Avant-Après. www.facebook.com/pages/Montr%C3%A9al-Avant-Apr%C3%A8s/607...