8 Mile Road Detroit Michigan

Detail of the Penobscot building. Detroit, Michigan, United States. Built 1928.

People Mover Detroit Michigan



Fisher Building, Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Michigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Detroit, Michigan

In 1909 Wayne County built the first mile of concrete highway in the world. Located on Woodward between Six and Seven Mile roads. The cost for this one mile road was $13,537, including $1,000 in state aid.

Detroit- 8 mile and Southfield- where I grew up

Postcard entitled, The Home of ’Vernor’s Ginger Ale,’ Detroit, Mich. The view shows the Vernor’s Ginger Ale storefront which was located in a 4-story brick building at 33 Woodward Avenue. The sign has eight hundred and sixteen lamps constantly moving, filling the glass with the finest drink ever. They sell the Extract; Anyone can make the ale. c. 1900 (Detroit Hist. Soc.)

Downtown Detroit is filled with so much life! A lot of focused, motivated and determined people.

Little Caesars, first store, (1959) Garden City, Michigan

Detroit Rock City

Detroit, Michigan

Welcome to Detroit. (Historic Wayne County Bldg. to the right)


Whales Broderick Tower Detroit Michigan

Inside Salt City~ Detroit’s salt mines are like an underground city within the city. It is a massive expanse of 1,500 acres & over 100 miles of roads right under everyone’s feet. It stretches from Dearborn, located in the northwest of Detroit’s metropolitan area, and known to automobile lovers as Henry Ford’s birthplace, via Melvindale to Allen Park in the southwest.

This giant stove used to be at the foot of E Grand Blvd & Jefferson across from Belle Isle in Detroit, MI. It was later relocated on the Michigan State Fairgrounds facing Woodward Ave near State Fair St, between 7 and 8 Mile road, in Detroit.