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2003 – The Year In Review

**Originally Uploaded to the old Website 12-31-03**

On the last day of 2003, I would like to take the time to reflect on buildings in the International Metropolis that fell to the Wreckers ball during the last 12 months, if you have any to add to the list please feel free to add them…

From top to bottom:

St Cyril & Methodus Church, Detroit

The Canadian Transit Company Building, Windsor

111 Watson St., Detroit

Daimler Chrysler Canada Headquarters, Windsor

The Soup Kitchen Saloon, Detroit (While not yet demolished, it suffered an extensive fire in October)

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Recent Comments:

  • Chris on 834 Lawrence Rd: “Looks like the last time it was a church was 2012. Was called The Church of God of Prophecy back…Feb 20, 12:12
  • Andrew on James Patten – In Memoriam: “Michael, right you are! Time flies. I’ve corrected the post.Feb 5, 05:19
  • Michael Gertz on James Patten – In Memoriam: “James Patten passed away in the summer of 2022, according to the story links provided, not last summer. Approaching two…Feb 5, 00:16
  • e garneau on Canadian Motor Lamp Factory: “My sister worked at the Windsor Motor plants back in the thirties and forties. They made WW2 products.Jan 30, 20:52
  • Lawrence Goodwin on Welcome to Yorktown Square: “I grew up on Mark Ave between 3rd Concession and LaBelle in the 60’s and 70’s. My house was the…Jan 25, 13:41

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