bygone eras

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  • Besides the promoted attractions there are still many ordinary houses and other buildings throughout the area left over from a bygone era.
  • On our visit we'll see the colonial architecture of a bygone era and the ultra-modern side of town as well.
  • By the mid-1980s, the theatre had been abandoned and considered a relic from a bygone era.
  • Only obscure record labels would suffice along with artists from a bygone era.
  • Some effort to recreate the spirit of a bygone era is always appreciated.
  • Ittar figures into some of the romantic stories of a bygone era.
  • The beauty of the road no longer exists and can only be seen in drawings and sketches of the bygone era.
  • By the end of the 19th century, the mere use of the term represented a bygone era of the one-room schoolhouse.
  • These cottages are unique in that many have not changed for well over one hundred years, presenting an interesting view of a bygone era.
  • But the advent of the multi-trailer road trains has made this part of a bygone era.
  • These figures reveal the reality of a bygone era, one in which millions of people could conduct their lives without speaking the state's official language.
  • It captured images of village life from a bygone era of innocence and simplicity.
  • Her images are poignant, they reflect a bygone era, but remain ahead of their time and are especially relevant today.
  • The mystical hill is surrounded by mythological stories related to the bygone era.
  • In the mid-1990s the station underwent extensive remodeling to make it look like the passenger stations of a bygone era.
  • It has recreated the British military tradition of a bygone era since its founding in 1938.
  • To imagine a simple magazine as the only source of information and news on a topic is the stuff of a bygone era.
  • The vehicle was drawn by beasts of a bygone era and driven by something dark and emancipated. Cited from Strictly Business, by O. Henry
  • Although they are from a bygone era, they are still following their programming and seek to completely eradicate hostiles - in this case humanity.
  • This rural setting depicting a bygone era was in vogue on album covers at the time as rock artists moved from cities to rural communities.
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