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Windsor to Tecumseh – One Fare – c. 1930

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I’m still amazed at what an extensive travel network we once had all over Essex County, what equally amazing is how this little tiny bits of history, like old transit tickets survived all these years…

Have a great long weekend everyone!

Take note, there will be no post tomorrow or Monday. While Monday isn’t a holiday for everyone, it is for me, plus it’s also Opening Day, that’s a holiday in its own right 🙂

See everyone back here next Wednesday.

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