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Detroit – Windsor Tunnel

In keeping with Monday’s theme, here’s another old border crossing post card, today’s view shows the tunnel. This one is unused, as was Monday’s. Someone may be able to get a better date, given the car and bus in the photos. The Maple Leaf flag on the wall means the photo is no older than 1965, when the flag was officially adopted.

From the back:

    DETROIT-WINDSOR TUNNEL
    Windsor, Ontario, Canada
    Interior view of Tunnel showing a Tunnel Bus and
    passenger car at the actual International border, marked
    by the flags of the two countries

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