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Port Colborne at dusk
Canada
Cruise Nights in Port Colborne where antique cars gather every Thursday night during summer to show off their vehicles. The main street is shut down for several blocks. You can see a freighter heading under the Clarence Street lift bridge.
Copyright: Clay Morehead
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Tags: cruise; night; antique; cars; welland canal
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