Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Niagra Street, Buffalo NY, 1908



I love these early photographs. This one is especially cool because it was taken at the time when both horsedrawn carriage and motor cars were both being used for transportation. (click to enlarge)

3 comments:

Pat Tillett said...

Amazing photos!
I love old buildings...

Jaquandor said...

In the panorama, most of those buildings are now distant memory...but that church, and the square building behind it, are still there. The square building is the Guaranty Building. It's one of Buffalo's architectural crown jewels (more here), in a city that has a lot of great old architecture.

Kal said...

It looks like a terrific city. I would love to tour that old stuff.