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Sandwich and Ouellette – c 1928

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A view looking east along Sandwich Street (today’s Riverside drive) just west of Ouellette Ave. It’s hard to believe that we still live in the same city today. So much has changed. With the exception of the one building that houses the Whiskey River next to the Travelodge, every single building is gone.

Have a safe and happy Halloween everyone! Drive safely if you’re out and about tomorrow.

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