This is a regular series of blogs about photographs of the same place taken years apart. I quite like those Then and Now comparison photographs that you see in books or on the Twitter or Facebook. The first of the posts in this series was of a council building in Manchester.
I always thought I should give then and now photographs a go. However what I have started to notice is that I have been doing Then and Now photographs unintentionally over the years and have been taking photographs of the same thing or place from the same view or perspective years apart.
Now this has come to my attention I have started to intentionally take photographs of the same place.
Philadelphia Street was part of the Cabot Circus and Quaker’s Friar development.
This photo of the construction of the development was taken in July 2008.
This is Philadelphia Street in July 2022.
This overhead view I took in July 2005 shows the old car park.
I had been out for drinks at The Ostrich and took some photographs of Redcliffe Parade as I was walking back to my car.
I do like the row of coloured houses on Redcliffe Parade, which overlook the harbourside.
From the Redcliffe Parade car park there are some nice views of the harbourside and in the distance you can see the Lloyds Bank building.
Over on the other side of the harbourside is the Thekla nightclub. Never been to it.
Another view and perspective of the Redcliffe Parade.
A view of the Mud Dock.
The view looking the other way.