Anyone who lived in the Wilmington, Delaware and New Castle County area will remember the neighborhoods, the corner stores, the movie theaters, the businesses where our parents shopped and worked, the schools and the hustle & bustle of Market Street. Join us for a nostalgic visit to that time. It will certainly bring back a lot of memories. It's going to rattle your brain and, it might even bring a tear to your eye...

Welcome to the NEW OldWilmington

In 2017, we will be celebrating our 18th year on the Internet. When we look back to June 25, 1999, the digital world was a lot different compared to today. So, we wanted to bring our website up to todays world with many new and exciting changes. To begin, the "Nostalgia Page", which is what brought this website into being, is still present and greatly expanded with more up-to-date data. With the help from site visitors providing photos, images have expanded ten fold. The popular "Then & Now" series and videos have expanded, with a new feature using "Simulated Drone Flights" of historical areas. An important item to mention is the era which the website covers. Instead of the middle decades, it now covers 1900 to 2000.

Website Visitors

You, our website visitor, is why this site was developed. We hope you enjoy your visit to the new OldWilmington.com. We would like to read your comments which you can either "Join" and post on our associated "Facebook Group" or post them on our "Forum". The locations are:

 

Chrysler Corporation

As promised, a complete pictorial history of the Newark Chrysler Corporation, showing many scenes from inside the assembly plant during the construction of the new Army Patton 48 Tank.

All American Engineering

Also, a complete photo history of the DuPont Airfield that became the All American Engineering Company.

OldWilmington's Pages

The main portion of the OldWilmington Website that supplies its visitors with historical background is the vast amount of data provided through the Nostalgic Topics. Here, you will find many ansewers to your questions about OldWilmington's past. Along with "Then and Now" photos, you will find just about anything pertaining to Old Wilmington.

The changing skyline of Wilmington will be told in pictures. Today, Bank One is now Chase.

Most Popular Pages

Quick selections to the most popular pages are listed here.