Historical Photos Series II
Nor Ontair Dahs-7 at Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, March 1981. I flew on these planes to Toronto several times for Teachers Federation meetings. Very noisy, which meant you couldn't converse with your seatmate, They were reliable planes, though, and remarkably steady flyers despite their small size.
Shell station Sault Ste Marie, August 1985, long since replaced. I liked all the signage in the window.
http://www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/huron_central_railway). The was surveyed when the Liberals decided that a south-of-Superior route, being cheaper, should be built. They lost the next election, and Sir John A Macdonald fixed that: today's CPR route runs along the North Shore of Lake Superior.
Esso Bulk Plant, Nipigon, September 1969. As you can see, it was still served by rail.
Me as Poobah, Lord High Everything in The Mikado spring 1972. I made the fan myself, because the fans rented from the costume company weren't big enough for Poobah. I still have it.