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Saturday, June 13, 2015

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Time Travel Through 25 Photos Of Now and Then Iconic Movie Locations!

It is pretty cool to see how time changes and everything evolves, especially streets, houses and cities. We can see that with our own eyes, thanks to some super popular movies that had made some location iconic and epic. Through these photos you can actually experience a time travel and see how things have changed or in some cases stay exactly the same. See the iconic movie locations then and now and try to find the difference.
Eddy Street & Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
The iconic St. Paul’s Lutheran Church standing as backdrop for James Stewart had burned down in a fire in 1995.
Shaft :1971- Now
113 MacDougal Street, New York, NY 10012
Guess things stayed exactly the same for the folks at Macdougal Street as the street looks the same as in 1971.
Naked City: 1947- Now
404 West 15th Street
Midnight Cowboy: 1969-Now
234 West 42nd Street
Miami Vice: 1984 -Now
242 West 16th Street
Here is another Brooklyn neighborhood that is exactly the same since 1984. Great job keeping tradition!
Lethal Weapon: 1987-2012
Karate Kid: 1984-Now
9233 Saticoy St, Reseda, CA, 91335 
 Apparently, the law of time does not have any affect at the iconic location of Karate Kid, since judging by the photo even the cars look the same.
Pretty in Pink:1985-Now
Norwood St, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Reservoir Dogs: 1992-Now
Saturday Night Fever: 1977-Now
802 East 64th Street, Brooklyn
183 Grand, New York, NY 10002
Hats off for John Jovino for keeping the handgun sign since 1973.
The Mask: 1994-Now
The French Connection: 1974-Now
188 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013
Here is another New York block that stayed untouched by time evolution.
The Big Lebowski-1997-Now
8017 West 3rd, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Benito’s  Taco Shop was replace by this gas station.

Taxi Driver: 1975-Now

620 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018
The bars are replaced with a New York Time’s building and a burger restaurant named  Schnipper’s Quality Kitchen.
Back to the Future Part II 1985-Now
Fight Club: 1999-Now
The only thing that is changed in this  iconic laundry shop is that now is out of business.
Ghostbusters: 1984-Now
129 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10012

Hannah and Her Sisters :1985-Now
43 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013
As you can see the only change are the wiped out graffiti.
Home Alone: 1990-Now
671 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka, IL 60093
Before year or so, the actual iconic suburb house of Home alone hit the market with an offering price of $2 millions, but later that year the house was sold for $1.5 millions.
Edward Scissorhands: 1990-Now

Neighborhood In Lutz, Florida
Fresh coat of paint and nothing else is changed in the calm “nosy” neighborhood in Lutz, except we cannot see an artistic swans or dinosaurs shaped grass lawns, guess Scissorhands don’t visit much.
Do The Right Thing: 1988-Now
Lexington Ave & Stuyvesant Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Broadway Danny Rose: 1984-Now
1626 Broadway (at 49th Street)


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