See How Green River Rd in Evansville has Changed Over the Years
If you grew up in Evansville, you know that the most fun you could have was cruising down Green River Road.
Now that we are of a certain age, driving for the fun of it isn't really a thing. When you have to pay for the gas, that pretty much takes all of the fun out of cruising.
Thanks to Google Maps or Google Earth, we can go back in time just a bit, and see what Green River Road used to look like. The earliest date that I could find for Evansville photos has been 2007, so I compared them with 2022 photos.
See the side-by-side comparisons below.
Oh the Memories
It would be really cool to find old photographs or Polaroids of the different streets in Evansville, and then compare what they look like now. Evansville has more businesses on the East side than ever before. If you travel between Morgan and the Lloyd Expressway, you're likely to see a new store opening almost every week.
See How Much North Green River Rd in Evansville, Indiana has Changed over the Years
Evansville is home to a population of nearly 121,000 people in the city limits and more than 300,000 in the metropolitan area. The cost of living is lower than the national average and most cities in the state, there’s quality schools and hospitals, a great airport, a booming food and drink and scene and plenty to do.