Just to add to the depressing state of things, I came across these two photos from National Geographic in 1963.


Photos by National Geographic Photographer Winfield Parks

Detroit Skyscrapers Soar Above the Streets of Windsor, Ontario

Although Detroit and Windsor fly different flags, they consider themselves sister cities. A bridge and two tunnels link them across the Detroit River. Residents and visitors make more than 17 million crossings a year, Canada’s largest border city,Windsor with 114,367 people is a major rail and industrial center.


Photos by National Geographic Photographer Winfield Parks

Visitors to the Civic Center in Detroit gaze at Windsor’s skyline.

Look at all those people downtown! What a difference shopping and offices make.

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