Digital artist Jordan Lloyd used image processing techniques to colorize the original B&W photos of those famous landmarks under construction, from Hoover Dam to Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal to Tower Bridge, etc.
Officials ride in a penstock pipe of soon-to-be-completed Hoover Dam, Arizona 1935
Construction of the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1888
The Taj Mahal with its dome covered to disguise it from enemy bombers, Agra 1942
Half-completed Tower Bridge, London 1889
Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco 1934
Gutzon Borglum inspecting work on the face of Washington, Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota 1932
Construction of the bell tower of the Sacre Coeur Basilica on the Montmartre Hill in Paris, 1880s
Re-erecting a trilithon as a part of renovations in Stonehenge, 1920
Workers building Statue Of Liberty in Paris, 1882
Nelson’s Column under construction in The Trafalgar Square, 1844
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