Edmonton is a city that has completely transformed itself within the past 20 years. Whether it is the growth in the downtown core, suburban expansion or renewal of existing neighborhoods,
Edmonton is truly becoming a modern vibrant city.
This page is devoted to documenting Edmonton's more recent past. These photographs are not old in the vintage sense, but still show how much the city has changed in a short span of time.
Photographs on this page are for information purposes only. All images on this page are intentionally out of focus and cropped for display on the internet.
Customers purchasing photographs will receive sharp high quality originals.
Enjoy the history.
Copyrights belong to David Aaron
This entire block is now the Canadian Western Bank -1999
Bridge under construction by Hawrelak Park -1966 (One of 3 bridges to be updated this year)
Building damaged by tornado 1987
CN Track 1985/Roger's Place today
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All of the King's horses and men couldn't save poor Humpty. The Valley zoo completely did away with the storyland theme after 60 years.
I have over 40 beautiful colour images documenting the zoo starting in 1962 including trains, animals and the old Dutch street organ.
Orval Allen's photo shop (c1960)
on Whyte Avenue.
The city of Edmonton named a park
after Orval in 2002.
Prior to the construction boom of the 1970.s
My library of images is extensive. If you are looking for a place or building that is not on my website, please send me an email.
Edmonton photography shop
Whitemud Equestrian centre
Historic Edmonton Christmas tree
Historic Walterdale Bridge