Taken more than 50 years apart, there are few differences between the two photographs above, which look along Lower Largo's Main Street, from what was the Loomshop Studio, westwards. Bar the odd window realignment, street light removal and new road marking, everything still looks much as it was in the earlier shot. Even the number of cars here remains low due to the narrowness of the street at this point. The next post will show a 'then and now' further west, where the presence of cars is the most obvious change.
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