Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #27

The Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt is another two-fer this week; some things look so good, we have to see the inside and the outside! Detroit’s Michigan Central Station is one of them. Tell us about this waystation: who is (or was) there? Where have they gone? And who is coming next?


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Source: Jean-Pierre Lavoie,
Built through 1912 and 1913, Central Station served as the passenger rail depot for Detroit and was the tallest train station in the world. With the closure of the line in 1988, Central Station fell into disuse and all restoration plans have failed.

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