THEN AND NOW: Ocean Blvd. from the roof of the Breakers, 1975 & 2010

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TOP: View of Ocean Blvd between Pine Ave. and Locust Ave. from the northwest corner of the roof of the Breakers Building in Long Beach, Calif. on June 11, 1976. City Hall, center, is under construction. A portion of te Jergens Trust bulding is at left.
BOTTOM:View of Ocean Blvd between Pine Ave. and the Promenade from the northwest corner of the roof of the Breakers Building in Long Beach, Calif. on May 10, 2010. The curved driveway from the Jergens Trust building is all that remains at the southeast corner of Pine Ave. and Ocean Blvd.

2 thoughts on “THEN AND NOW: Ocean Blvd. from the roof of the Breakers, 1975 & 2010

  1. Manny

    Just amazing…

    Look at those itsy bitsy palm trees!

    Its so cool that you can tear down and rebuild blocks of this city and 30 years later the only thing that is constant is the palm trees!

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