We’re back for another look at old photographs of The Bronx. Most of these images are from 100 or more years ago and are from the New-York Historical Society’s Digital Collections.
So much has changed and yet some are still so recognizable if you look hard enough.
It’s always fascinating to think about who lived in these buildings and who are some of the people we see in the photographs.
Below, parts of Alexander Avenue remain frozen in time while others have changed drastically.
This strip in Kingsbridge is relatively the same except with the addition of rows of trees now.
Almost unbelievable that this is Jerome and Bedford Park Boulevard.
That’s it for now. We’ll continue to go through the thousands of images and share a select few here as always.
Hope you enjoyed the stroll down into our past!