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Old 10-10-2016, 08:19 PM
 
Location: Stamford, CT
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Video: Downtown Stamford 1996 and 2016 - StamfordAdvocate


Burdick Junior High School sat vacant for years before John Rosa headed over to film the site with a friend in 1996.
On his way back home to the Cove, Rosa recorded some shaky footage of downtown Stamford from his car, not thinking much of it at the time.

Now 20 years later Rosa pieced together the old footage with new video from this year to see what's changed (and what hasn't).
The southeast corner of Summer and West Broad streets, looks almost the same (save for the Clinton/Gore campaign banner) while the original footage of Ridgeway showed renovation not yet underway.
The Dairy Queen, naturally is still there.
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