Past, Present, Future

Past : This old train track was crucial to the development of Minneapolis as it allowed movement of wheat and kept the city working. This train track witnessed the birth of great Minneapolis as it allowed the city to be the centre and monopoly for flour production.

Past : This old train track was crucial to the development of Minneapolis as it allowed movement of wheat and kept the city working. The train track witnessed the birth of great Minneapolis and allowed the city to be the centre and the monopoly for flour production.

Present : This is a picture of the gold medal flour mill's ruins with guthrie theatre on the background. While the mill has lost its main function in the past, it still has value in the present as recreational and historical site.

Present : This is a picture of the gold medal flour mill’s ruins with guthrie theatre on the background. While the mill has lost its main function in the past, it still has value in the present as recreational and historical site.

This is the picture of St. Anthony fall with downtown Minneapolis in the background. This picture shows us the future: both through the power of nature and the city development. This symbolises the idea that our urban landscape its still growing. There will be more and more skyscrapers. Would nature still be the power of this development? Or would it be the victim instead?

This is the picture of St. Anthony fall with downtown Minneapolis in the background. This picture shows us the future: both through the power of nature and the city development. This symbolises the idea that our urban landscape its still growing. There will be more and more skyscrapers. Would nature still be the power of this development? Or would it be the victim instead?

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