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Judging by the vessel in the foreground and the sign beyond, you’d surmise these fotos come from the Canada-Mexico border.  If so, can

you locate this by the glass and steel in the background and the church in the middle?  You probably know a song that refers to the church . . .

the Gordon Lightfoot song from 1975.

Totally unrelated, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum is well-worth a visit, even though I can’t say I’m thrilled by this part of the display.

Traffic I saw includes Manitoba and

Stephen B. Roman.  (Yes, he be roamin’ a lot.)

Answer next time:  The ore carrier near River Rouge in the distance is Arthur M. Anderson.  Any idea of its claim to fame?

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, still on the road.

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Graves of Arthur Kill

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