Tag: michigan central station

I’m not sure what year this is from, but I saw this image over at Corktown History. I tried to find it bigger over at the Burton Historical Collection at the Detroit Public Library (where the image is taken from) but I couldn’t deal with the search on that site. So for now, this is […]


Description reads: NYC RR 4-6-4 Dreyfuss Hudson #5344 at Michigan Central station in 1939. Why in the world do trains no longer look this cool?


Adam Shomsky took a Gigapixel photo of Michigan Central Station back in April 2009. This may in fact be one of the few super-hi-resolution images of the station before it started its redevelopment phase. Check out the GigaPan image here.


The roof at the concourse at Michigan Central Station has been completely removed (below) and the main terminal now has light (above)! [via]