Title: 
Motors Entering St. Clair Tunnel, Port Huron, Mich.
Year: 
1910
Publisher: 
F. M. Kirby & Co.
Type(s): 
Postcard
Identifier(s): 
A655
Language: 
English
Source: 
Mike Skreptak Collection; Dexter Box
Notes: 
c. 1910; the St. Clair Tunnel was the first underwater tunnel built in North America; designed by Joseph Hobson, it was opened in 1891 by the St. Clair Tunnel Company, a subsidiary of the Grand Trunk Railway; the tunnel was 6,025 feet (1,836 m) long and 19 feet, 10 inches wide; it was replaced by a new tunnel which opened in 1994; railway engines 1305 and 1309 are entering the tunnel.
Subject(s): 
St. Clair Tunnel (Sarnia Port Huron)
Grand Trunk Railway
Tunnels
Railways
Hobson, Joseph, Designer
St. Clair Tunnel Company (Sarnia)
St. Clair River
Railway Engines
Place(s): 
Port Huron (Michigan)
Rights: 
Public Domain
Repository: 
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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