26 photos showing the Vancouver skyline evolving from 1919 to 2015
DH Vancouver StaffNov 24, 2015 9:45 am
In almost 100 years, Vancouver has changed dramatically, and our skyline shows it. What was once a sleepy port and rail hub, has grown to be a diverse, international city with more accolades than one can count.
Aerial photographs are especially telling of the city’s growth since the beginning of the 20th century: skyscrapers have popped up, villages have been transformed into city squares and facades have been modernized and expanded. Industries have also evolved – or evaporated – to make room for expansive planning projects and redevelopments.
Check out these mesmerizing images of how far Vancouver has come:
2015: A beautiful summer day showcases just how stunning Vancouver is. In another five years, the skyline will be completely different with the removal of the viaducts and the construction of new towers in the False Creek flats
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DH Vancouver Staff
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