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Windsor – Detroit Rail Tunnel – 1931

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A look at the opening of the Windsor end of the Detroit River Rail Tunnel. Construction started on the tunnel in 1906, and it opened for service in 1910. It once carried both Passengers and freight traffic, but today carries only freight.

 

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