So much has changed in Charleston, West Virginia, over the years that it's hard to believe these 11 things have (remarkably) survived.
Do these photos taken high above Martinsburg in the 80's take you back?
Some ads we found from Charleston, West Virginia in the 1970's. How many of these do you remember?
It's hard to believe these photos are 55 years old. Life sure has changed!
What we found when we explored one of the county's empty churches, the old Mt. Zion AME Church, in Eckman.
What life was like everyday for our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents.
We found an old bulletin and you won't believe how cheap it was to attend school. #CanWeGoBackPlz
The 1970's weren't the good ole days for everybody. These photos, mostly from the Kanawha Valley, show just how hard life was for those living in poverty here.
Charleston, WV was a different town in the 1970's. There was no Charleston Town Center nor South Ridge while Capitol Street was an entirely different place.
A lot has changed in the University City since The Morgantown Mall opened 25 years ago this year.