Out of pure luck one day, I came across an incredible website, one of those sites that can suck you in for hours if you're not careful.
As someone who grew up in Pittsburgh's South Hills area and went to high school at Baldwin, clicking through the images on this website was like a trip down Memory Lane. Well, more like Route 51.
Without further ado, I introduce to you the "C3Nostalgia" group from Flickr, an online photo-sharing application.
The full Web address is http://www.flickr.com/groups/c3nostalgia/.
The group allows members to upload photos of how Century III Mall in West Mifflin Borough has looked and changed throughout the years. The best part is that you don't have to be a member of the group to click through the dozens and dozens of images.
Wow. Remember Glamour Shots? NRM? Great stuff.
UPDATE: According to Eric Salmons, who runs the "C3Nostalgia" group, actually joining the group gives you access to more photos than are available publicly.
"I am also in the process of scanning more photos to add to the group in the fall," Salmons says.
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