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Old Photos – 1930’s – 1940’s Part 1

These are all old photos that I had posted on the old site. From the collection of Bernie Drouillard, these were scanned and sent to me by John Stefani. Thanks to both of them for sharing the collection.

This shot from the 1940’s shows Tecumseh Road near Albert, were Transit Windsor (then S.W & A.) has a mini transit depot. Across the street from Windsor Assembly.

This is from the late 1930’s, it is a view of Mill Street in Windsor’s west end.

The south west corner of Wyandotte & Ouellette. Note the old Vanity Theatre in the background.

Two different shots of the mini-depot across from Windsor Assembly. A view of the old plant is visible to the rear.

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