La Rue du Temps Qui Passe

I’m always thankful for the opportunity to see how others lived their day to day during times past. It reminds me that today’s creature comforts (running water and electricity, as examples) weren’t always something taken for granted.

Heck, even the smart phone that I’m writing this post with was something I’d never imagine being possible during my youth when pagers were all the rage. Not to mention the fact that I just linked to a Wiki page on our blog, neither of which would become part of my life for a few (gulp) decades.

I digress.

Originally intended by the Father-Daughter owners to be a space to showcase a few old cars, The Street Museum of Time Passing has evolved into a comprehensive snapshot of the way life once was. It offers relics from 1860 to 1940, seen through the shop windows of a small town.

Come, let’s take a trip down the road to check out a few of the shops..

If you’re interested in checking out my full album, you’ll find it here.

– Marla

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