Shane Hampton, a member of ULI Oklahoma and a fellow at University of Oklahoma’s Institute for Quality Communities, created these animations to show the dramatic change that has occurred in various American cities. For example, just two original buildings remain in Oklahoma City’s downtown core from the 1950s.

How to Use

instructions

Click and drag the slider to reveal the comparisons between before and after photos. They are not a static left/right comparison, but overlaid on top of each other.

More then-and-now sliders: Texas + Oklahoma CitiesMidwestern Cities | Southeastern Cities

Houston, 1953 to 2014

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