I enjoy looking through older photos to see how much things have changed. Not just the people in the pictures, but the houses, streets, and buildings, too. Google Maps has a nifty little feature that will take you back to their 2007 street tour.

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How Does it Work?

When you click on the little timer, you can scroll through the years that Google has pictures of. You can select the magnifying icon to see the older pic in the full-frame.

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Prepare Yourself

If you get even a tad bit sentimental walking down memory lane, just make sure that you are in the right frame of mind. Since Google Maps allows you to literally walk past your childhood home, or see that it's no longer there. Sometimes, it's tempting to virtually walk to my Nana's house, and that always punches me in the feels.

Princeton: Then and Now

The first thing that really stood out to me in the comparison pics was the street conditions. They were very deteriorated and so were a lot of the buildings. So much changed between 2007 and 2012, and even more, has changed since then. Maybe after Greek's Candy is restored, Google will come back and update its map.

Then and Now: See How Princeton, Indiana has Changed Over the Years

I grew up in Princeton, IN and everytime I go back to visit, it seems like more and more has changed. It's not my imagination. Google Maps has a back in time feature, and it took me from 2007 to 2012, and some of the photos are from 2018.

26 Images That Show How Owensboro Has Changed Over the Years

While driving in parts of Owensboro that have undergone changes, have you ever said to yourself, "I can't remember what it used to look like here"? Well, I'm here to help.

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