Bethel Then & Now

Greenwood Ave Then – Compare Bethel Then & Now

Greenwood Ave Then

Home to a growing cultural center, Greenwood Avenue was always well traveled. But back then it was more common to see a horse and buggy than a motor vehicle.

Greenwood Ave Now – Compare Bethel Then & Now

Greenwood Ave Now

Greenwood Avenue now is home to plenty of shops and dining. There are always people about, except now they get around by car.

Transportation Then – Compare Bethel Then & Now

Transportation Then

Back then the only way to cover long distances was by train. The trains back then, powered by steam, were slow and would take a long time to get to your destination.

Transportation Now – Compare Bethel Then & Now

Transportation Now

Today it is easy to get to New York City. Just drive or bike to the station and in about an hour and a half you are in the heart of Manhattan.

Library Then – Compare Bethel Then & Now

The Library Then

The Bethel Library has and always will be a free public library. Established in the 1930’s most of the building still stands today.

Library Now – Compare Bethel Then & Now

The Library Now

It’s easy to get lost in a good book from the library. With plenty of modern additions this library has it all.

The Guide


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