Funny things come into the Chicago Architecture Blog tip line, ever since we moved it from a loose tile in the wall of the third stall in the men’s room at Ogilvie Station to completely e-mail and text-message methods.
Dave in Toronto sent in a picture of the Chicago skyline he took in 1989. And while you’re trying to remember what you were doing in 1989, here’s something the kiddies have never heard of: Dave took the picture with a disc camera.
Above you see Dave’s photo married with one of ours of roughly the same scene years later. New buildings that magically appear in the more contemporary photograph are: