MICHIGAN CENTRAL, Detroit, MI.The 18-story train station, built in 1913, remained busy and in use up to and throughout the years of World War II. Then one brief period of resurgence in the 1970s when Amtrak took over the building and passenger-train service. In spite of renovations thereafter, the depot's doors closed for good in 1988 These days, it sits abandoned two miles southwest of downtown. Renovations are very slow. Michigan History, Abandoned Building, Building Abandoned, Detroit Training, Training Stations Michigan, Detroit Mi Michigan, Abandoned Architecture, Michigan Central, Detroit Landmarks
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Abandoned Michigan Central Railroad Station, Detroit, MI. It was so very beautiful....I can remember the long, long ride into the city from our farm. My Dad would put me on the train to go visit family in Indiana. What a sight to take in for a little farm girl. I remember those huge ornate columns inside...it was a work of art...
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