Darwin: Then and now Feb. 20, 2013, 4:31 p.m.Tweet Print Story Historical photos of Darwin right after the Japanese raid in 1942, to today. Darwin: Then and now A Japanese air attack on Port Darwin during World War II, 1942. Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesSmoke rises from the area of Port Darwin after the Japanese raid. Allied ships are ablaze, and much damage was done on this surprise attack. Photo by Keystone/Getty ImagesRefugees from Darwin and surrounding areas are packed onto trains to move to a safer area. Photo by Keystone/Getty ImagesDamage was sustained following the Japanese bombing of Port Darwin. An American Hudson Bomber lies in the ruins of one of the hangars damaged in the raid. Photo by Keystone/Getty ImagesThe aftermath of a Japanese air attack on Darwin, Australia, during World War II, February 1942. The picture shows the ruins of a building in the main street of Darwin. Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesDarwin CBD and harbour today. Photo Glenn CampbellModern housing in the Darwin suburb of Farrar, all tin roofs and solar panels. Photo Glenn CampbellThe Super Hornet makes it's debut over Darwin and the Top End. Photo Glenn CampbellToday's housing in Darwin. Pic Glenn CampbellTweetFacebook of ╳exitHistorical photos of Darwin right after the Japanese raid in 1942, to today.