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Seven more pages of new 2005 photos see below

A lot of people email me from all over the word (literally) asking about The Pike and what it's like today. So, I took my trusty digital camera down and took some pictures. As you can see on subsequent pages, it's not the Old Pike but it is very interesting. They've done a good job of combining some of the old and a lot of the new. They have been respectful of the Old Pike tieing in with the new design.

Below is a photo of the top of the last remaining Looff building which I understand will house the Long Beach History Museum. Meanwhile the archives and offices are in a temporary facility downtown where they still hold public hours.
Historical Society of Long Beach
562.495.1210; fax 495.1281
www.historicalsocietylb.org


Photo Paul Prosise 2005


Sadly, this is how it now looks in 2009 
Photo by James A. Koopman
La Habra California


Photo by Ric Warren 2009


Click here to see more photos of the Pike as it is today (2005).

 

 

 

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