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Downtown Windsor – 1930

Up today is a photo looking north from the Norton Palmer Hotel taken in 1930. Despite all the things I cover here on the website that have been mangled, or demolished, it’s funny how this one vantage point would still look remarkably similar even today. 🙂 .

It’s also a good shot of how the ground floor of the Guaranty Trust Building on the left looked before it was “renovated”.

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