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Those were the days…

From January, 1928:

Back in the day when Windsor had a quick, modern, efficient public transportation system.

Off all the things that this City has destroyed over the last 100 years, there is nothing worse than the choice made in the late 1930’s to rip up and dismantle our streetcar system.

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