Windsor Airport

Another older postcard view. Today’s postcard features Windsor Airport, and the shiny new terminal building. Sitting on the ramp is a Trans-Canada Airlines Vickers Viscount. According to Wikipedia, the Viscount was the first turboprop aircraft in the world, they entered serivce in 1950 (the first one was built in 1948), …

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Dieppe Gardens

An early postcard view of Dieppe Park in its very early days. The Detroit Skyline looks odd without the towering presence of the RenCen, which wasn’t built until 1977. From the Deparment of Parks & Recreation’s History of Windsor Parks: Dieppe Gardens Commonly known as: Dieppe, Dieppe Gardens Former/other names: …

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Calling All Local Musicians…

Our friends over at Windsoreats.com asked me to post this for them, if you are a local musician, or know any who might be interested, please pass the message along: Calling All Local Musicians: WindsorEats Looking for Music. WindsorEats is reaching out to the local music scene for music to …

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L-A-Z-Y

No, your eyes don’t decieve you… They did paint right over that ring. Not only does it seem like the Expressway work is taking almost as long as the Walker Road underpass (which opens this weekend… YAY!), but the job is half assed as well apparently… I have seen some …

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Yummy House

Despite all these years of driving by, and giggling at the name, I’ve never actually been to the famous Harvey Lo’s Yummy House. According to this yellow pages ad, they’ve been in business since 1979. No small feat in this city, especially given that restaurants on some of the more …

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