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Devonshire Road – c. 1910

Back when Walkerville was a self contained community, this view show how well this little town was connected to the outside world.

Streetcar tracks are visible in the road. The Train station is just past the bank, and at the end of the road the Ferry to Detroit.

It’s funny sad how backwards we’ve gone. On the bright side, the Albert Kahn designed bank is still standing and still in use…

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