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  • Waterloo Train Station (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Kuntz Brewery Fountain (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • King Street Looking North (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • King Street South, East Side (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Waterloo Town Square Expansion (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • 14 Erb Street (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Waterloo Post Office (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Waterloo Park Victoria Memorial Gate (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • First Schoolhouse postcard (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • First Schoolhouse in Waterloo Park (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Marsland Centre over Silver Lake (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
  • Centre for International Governance and Seagram Museum (Now/Then)
        The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
      The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young ...
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City of Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project


The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, through their photos, give us their own perspective of today before it becomes tomorrow’s history.