10 Montreal “Past Vs. Present” Pictures

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10 Montreal “Past Vs. Present” Pictures

We are almost 2014 but before we jump into a new year let's take a nice vintage/retro look back on how Montreal used to look like. We were quite taken a back when you see several of these past vs. present pics. Some look almost untouched by time and others, well you'll see for yourself. Take a look and enjoy the trip down memory lane.

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Prince-Arthur & De Bullion: 1910 Vs. 2011

Sherbrooke & St-Denis: 1910 Vs. 2011

Rue de la Commune & Rue du Port: 1970 Vs. 2010

Ave. Coloniale: 1976 Vs. 2010

Dorchester & St-Timothée 1950 Vs. 2010

St-Denis & Rosemont: 1943 Vs. 2010

Drolet & Mont Royal: 1976 Vs. 2010

De La Gauchetière & St-Alexandre: 1976 Vs. 2010

St-Denis & Ontario: 1976 Vs 2010

Beaubien & Saint-Denis: 1943 Vs. 2011

Viaduc Berri: 1974 Vs. 2010

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