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After our great post the other day on the origin of Tysons’ name, we went digging around the Internet to find some old photos of Tysons Corner. Check out what we found and click on the images for a larger version. Sources: Boris Feldblyum Architectural Photography, Malls of America, Washington Business Journal Related

What Did Tysons Look Like in the 1960s and 1970s? | Ghosts of DC

After our great post the other day on the origin of Tysons' name, we went digging around the Internet to find some old photos of Tysons Corner. Check out what we found and click on the images for a larger version. Tysons Corner from the air in 1977 Tysons Corner from the air in 1977 Tysons ...

Bob and Edith's Diner, Columbia Pike, Arlington Virginia.

Bob and Edith's Diner by Christopher Kerby

Bob and Edith's Diner Photograph by Christopher Kerby

Washington National Airport (1970) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Washington National Airport (1970)

Washington National Airport is in Arlington, Virginia. It was mainly built on land reclaimed from the Potomac River in 1939-1941. This is the terminal and parking lot in 1970. Note the bus station at the left. The airport now has a Metro subway station, but not as close to the terminal. The airport is now officially called Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, or more often Reagen National Airport. The Potomac River is in the background.

The night Wolftrap burned to the ground.

The night Wolftrap burned to the ground.

Woodies at Seven Corners opened in 1956 ~ Stephen Michael, Northern Virginia History

Woodies at Seven Corners opened in 1956 ~ Stephen Michael, Northern Virginia History

Buckingham Theater (235 North Glebe Road, Arlington Virginia).

Buckingham Theater in Arlington, VA

The Buckingham Theater opened in 1939 and closed in 1986. The building now serves as the Buckingham Station Post Office.