What it Was Like Walking Downtown in 1910 (15 Photos)

Do you love traveling to the big city?  There's something so full of life about the nation's biggest cities.  During a recent trip to NYC, we tried to think about what the streets would have looked like 100 years ago, without all the neon and bright store signs.  Here's what we found...

A view of 5th and 42nd Street in New York City at the turn of the century.  Take a nice look at all the detail:  women in full dresses, men in hats, shop wagons mixing with first-class coaches.  What a remarkable photo!  Hit Next to see the rest...

Farther downtown in NYC, we see this scene of the markets around 1900.  You can almost hear the clippity-cloppity of the horses and the sounds of various men unloading and loading goods.