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Ouellette & Wyandotte – c 1939

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Photo © the Bernie Drouillard Collection, used with permission, digitized by John Stefani

A neat shot towards the end start of WWII, looking south on Ouellette from just south of Wyandotte Street. As you can see there has been an on street bus terminal there, as long as Windsor has had buses. The corner of the Dominion grocery store is visible on the right side of the photo, while the former Vanity Theatre anchors the left hand side.

Have a great weekend everyone, see you back here Monday.

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