Two guys taking a drive around town, in the winter. Stanzi will love this.
They go for a drive around Downtown Port Arthur, narrating various interesting crap and showing how mind numbingly dead this city is in the winter at night.
CP Rail Freight Train going past the Government Building in Downtown Port Arthur
An 11 second clip of Thunder Bay Transit pulling out of Brodie Street Depot.
Pano of the city with commentary of the night drive guys. It's kinda funny.
Around 2:50 there is an interesting clip. The guys narrating it are SO stereotypically Canadian!
Plane landing at the airport at night. Some good night shots of Fort William along Arthur Street. If you watch it until the end there is a decent shot of Bowater's pollution towers.
A ride on a Thunder Bay Transit D40LF. The person gets off right by the emergency exit at the Safeway I work at!
WARNING: IVANKA. Do not click if Swedish accents annoy you.
The local 'celebrity' takes a walk around Bay and Algoma, the most popular spot in Thunder Bay. Some good shots of the storefronts.
View of the city from the lookout on the side of Mount McKay.
Not exactly a city view or anything, but just for the Northern accent, you HAVE to see this one: http://youtube.com/watch?v=S7WEnUF6WVs
Like I said, Stanzi would love it!
Thunder Bay Television morning sign on. Some good views of the TV station and their twin towers, and a decent shot over the Hillcrest neighbourhood in College Heights.
Halifax's Matt Mays and el Torpedo playing a free show in Downtown Port Arthur (Sam Roberts was there too but Matt Mays is better). The only real form of entertainment here is the countless free concerts in the summer.
The only thing the city does right. You'll need more than your hands and feet to count all of the obese people. It also demonstrates an interesting syndrome everyone here has, where they stay absolutely still at concerts. Lest they spill the Canadian, eh?
There were only 7 pages last time I looked up Thunder Bay, now it's up to 21.