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Windsor Bridge - Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Canada

Windsor and Detroit. Only a river divides the US from Canada in Detroit. This photo was taken from the Canadian side.

Windsor and Detroit. Only a river divides the US from Canada in Detroit. I travelled through the Detroit tunnel to Detroit, US.

Tiger Town plus GM. Two of my favs since I'm a retired GM Engineer.

Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI - though if you're actually from the area, you ALWAYS call it the Ren Cen :) Comerica Park on the right, Ford Field on the left.

Detroit River. Scott Bergey.  I love this photo. Canada on one side of the river, and Detroit on the other.

The misnamed Detroit River. Trivia: neither the Detroit River nor St. Clair River are rivers; de troit = the straits in French.

Bob-Lo/Bob-lo Boat: Detroit's answer to New York's Coney Island, Bob-lo Island amusement park opened in 1898 and featured several attractions. However, the most popular and famous attractions were not the rides at the park, but the steamer boats that transported park goers from Detroit - the S.S. Columbia and the S.S. Ste. Claire, affectionately referred to as The Bob-Lo Boats.

Bob-Lo/Bob-lo Boat: Detroit's answer to New York's Coney Island, Bob-lo Island…

Vernor's Pharmacy and Soda Fountain

Vernor’s Ginger Ale storefront, located in a brick building at 33 Woodward Avenue. The sign has eight hundred and sixteen lamps constantly moving, filling the glass with the finest drink ever.

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