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Cumberland and Pearl, Thunder Bay
Canada

Photographed by Patrick Chondon and image processed by Bryan Groulx.

This is the corner of Pearl Street and Cumberland, across from where the Casino has been constructed and across from the Chronicle Journal, the city's singular and local-politically-censored newspaper.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Taken: 05/06/2008
送信日: 16/01/2009
更新日: 07/04/2012
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