Eighty Years of New York City, Then and Now

The New Yorker

For those who’ve been to, or live in, New York City, you know that this place is forever changing — yet there’s always something familiar around the corner. 

But over the course of the last 80 years, the city has certainly changed, from its buildings and parks to its forms of transportation, artwork, and beyond.

The video focuses on various locations, like the Brooklyn Bridge, the Upper West Side, the Museum of Natural History, and Central Park. You may notice the different cars, fashions, storefronts, and more, that help to define these areas at their respective times, and all together, it’s completely fascinating.

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