Just a shot of downtown Port Huron. This was taken after lunch at one of the coney island restaurants there.
Given it's location, there is quite a bit of history in Port Huron but much of it is tied to the shipping industry of the Great Lakes. At one side of the town, there is the train tunnel that connects the United States to Canada. There used to be a ferry that ran from Port Huron to Sarnia. In 1962, the Students for a Democratic Society created the Port Huron Manifesto.
Like so many Midwestern towns, Port Huron is trying to adjust to post-industrial life.