The times are a-changin.
Last week, London-based director Simon Smith followed the footsteps of Harry B. Parkinson and Frank Miller through their 1924 film "Wonderful London." Lining up the shots from the original and his new film, Smith gives a fascinating look at London that combines footage of modern day with footage from nearly a century ago.
This is not the first film of its kind. In January, Smith was featured on the Huffington Post for a similar project based off of Claude-Friese Greene's "The Open Road."
Interested in traveling through time? Check out the video above.