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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Past vs Present
< on 9/18/2023 4:04 PM >

Here is a link to a pretty neat "Past vs Present" photo compilation of some places in/around Toronto.

Thought it was cool to see the changes over time.

https://www.toront...t-present-part-36/

https://www.toront...6.com/time-tunnel/

**EDIT TO ADD ANOTHER LINK**

[last edit 9/18/2023 4:40 PM by leafloving4x4gal - edited 1 times]

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post by Aran   |  | 
Re: Past vs Present
<Reply # 1 on 9/18/2023 8:00 PM >

Very cool! I remember seeing a similar project based on Gary abandonments a few years ago, and tried my hand at something similar with a formerly abandoned (now renovated) factory back in college. I've always loved how they contrast.


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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: Past vs Present
<Reply # 2 on 9/19/2023 3:07 PM >

Posted by Aran
Very cool! I remember seeing a similar project based on Gary abandonments a few years ago, and tried my hand at something similar with a formerly abandoned (now renovated) factory back in college. I've always loved how they contrast.


Awesome !! Yes, the contrast is pretty incredible. Hard to imagine some of the previous photos with zero trees and skyscrapers now.


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post by theninjalobster   |  | 
Re: Past vs Present
<Reply # 3 on 9/20/2023 7:29 PM >

Super awesome share. I really enjoy the "looking south on Spadina" shots that feature the underground bathroom!


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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: Past vs Present
<Reply # 4 on 9/21/2023 1:52 PM >

Posted by theninjalobster
Super awesome share. I really enjoy the "looking south on Spadina" shots that feature the underground bathroom!


Right ?? the "lavatory"



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