Downtown CR from August 2006

Downtown CR: Dry vs. Wet

I was fortunate to have snapped a picture on a flight back to Cedar Rapids in August 2006. I went up last Friday to get a similar picture during the floods. It really gives a perspective of how high the water got.

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Wow says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 7:05 PM

That is amazing! I've wanted to see a before and after series. Thanks!

Former CR Resident Gerrie G in FL says ... on Thursday, Jun 19 at 10:17 AM

I am so amazed with these photos. I will be visiting in 2 weeks and these have helped me to see what my city has gone through! All I can say is WOW! And will see you soon CR!

Best photos says ... on Thursday, Jun 19 at 10:29 PM

I'm a CR resident and have clicked on all the hundreds of photos in the last week, trying to wrap my brain around what is happening. These two are the BEST I have found. Thank you!

Sympathy from Madison says ... on Thursday, Jul 10 at 6:44 PM

Live up in Madison, WI, and those two photos really spell it out! I think I recognize several buildings underwater ... thanks for posting!

17 year old teen says ... on Thursday, Jul 17 at 7:31 AM

GOD IT JUST DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE THAT THIS DISASTER WOULD HAPPEN IN CR!

16 year old teen girl affected by flood says ... on Sunday, Jul 20 at 12:17 PM

it's hard to say there is a god when such a horriable thing happens to such a great nieghborhood and city

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