|Title||Detroit, Mich., River Tunnel as it appears at Windsor, Ont.|
|Scope & Content||
Color postcard depicting the Windsor approach to the Michigan Central Railway Tunnel, with men near the tunnel entrances and utility poles in the background.
Printed on verso: The Detroit River Tunnel, has the unique distinction of being the only tunnel of its type ever built. It was constructed in sections, all work being done from the surface of the water without the use of compressed air. The Tunnel is operated electronically. Construction was started October 1, 1906, and completed July 1, 1910. The length from portal to portal is 1 3/8 miles, and from summit of grade 2 ½ miles. It was built by the Detroit River Tunnel Company for the M. C. R. R. at a cost of $8,500,000.
Michigan Central Railway Tunnel