Yesterday’s “Friday Flashback” featured an aerial view of Westport, circa 1965. Readers remarked on long-lost icons like the Victorian house on Gorham Island, and long-lamented additions like the Wright Street building.
In case you missed it, here it is:
And now — if you’d like to compare — here’s what downtown looks like today.
Alert reader Glenn Payne sent along this Google Earth view.
You can tell it’s recent, because Bedford Square is under construction, and the Kemper-Gunn house has already been moved from Church Lane to Elm Street.
Click on or hover over both images to enlarge. They get bigger — just like downtown did.