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Indian Road

Today we drive out to Windsor’s west end and down Indian Road, where I had heard rumors that the Bridge Company was busy tearing down buildings in anticipation of the twining of the Ambassador Bridge.

Indian Road, is a nice little street, that has the misfortune of having a bridge in the backyard. Most of the east side of the street, abuting the Bridge proberty is rental homes owned by the Ambassador Bridge.

I heard rumblings of demolitons taking place, so I thought I would check it out first hand. Here we find a vacant lot.

And another…

…This one is fresh, the building eater is still on site.

Down at the end of Indian Road on Mill St. giant piles of rubble sit as a reminder that something is up, and that we should be keeping our eyes on the Bridge Company… They’re up to something.

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