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Ambassador Bridge From Above – 1933

Happy Friday! Today’s photo is stamped on the back with only a date March 28, 1933. A neat shot showing the Windsor Shoreline in its natural state.

Interesting to see this little restroom hut, long a favourite little building of mine.


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This was neat to see… A big old house on the river hard by the bridge. Looks like the bridge gobbled up part of the lot, as the east end of the decorative path in the gardens is lopped off…

Anyone know anything about it? Westsiders? Did it make it to the 1950’s, was it pulled down for Villa Maria?

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