Originally Posted by haljackey
Wait isn't that Alma College?
what a coincidence. I remember stumbling upon that a few years ago, and being highly amused.
Never cared to St. Thomas. Talbot street, and that's it. Just a long 2-3 km of downtown in one strip.
Abandoned railroads, little/no industry left. It would have been fascinating to have been there during the railroad glory days. Something like 26 different railroads had tracks running through that City.
Nevertheless, it doesn't seem to be going anywhere, and I think that's the trend for the future. London's sputtering now more than ever before, but St. Thomas will never have anything on that.
Only thing I could see potentially benefitting St. Thomas is if it became a hub to a major truck ferry to Cleveland - in which it would be cheaper and quicker to ferry from Ohio than to route through Detroit or Buffalo.