April 22, 2014

St. Louis' Decay and Rebirth: Before and After Photos

A lot can change in six years. That's especially true for the historic and traditional brick buildings that cover St. Louis, where just six years can mean the difference between rehabilitation and total ruin. Photographer Eric Fogleman, a St. Louis native, returned home ten years ago and noticed how quickly real estate changes in the city.

The photos come from his collection. For more information, read "Photographer Captures Scenes of St. Louis' Decay, Rebirth Six Years Apart."
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14th Street — Before
14th Street — Before
14th Street — After
14th Street — After
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Before
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After
2237 St. Louis Ave. — Before
2237 St. Louis Ave. — Before
2237 St. Louis Ave. — After
2237 St. Louis Ave. — After
Lafayette at Compton — Before
Lafayette at Compton — Before
Lafayette at Compton — After
Lafayette at Compton — After
Utah at Wisconsin — Before
Utah at Wisconsin — Before
Utah at Wisconsin — After
Utah at Wisconsin — After