Oakland then and now: A tour in photos
on April 23, 2012
The location of a city may be permanent, but that which makes up a city—its buildings, streets and houses—is not. Streets might be added, lots might be developed, buildings might be demolished. For over a century the city of Oakland has been in existence, but how much of the old still exists and how much is new? Take a look at our “Then and Now” slideshow and decide for yourself.
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