By Jeffrey Buck
Only fitting to give you a glimpse of the work that went into building the grand Michigan Central Station. I can’t imagine the long hours that were put in to build such an incredible building. If only these workers knew what their masterpiece would become. We can only hope that one day it is restored to its former glory serving the citizens in this area in a way that everyone can enjoy it.
Take a look at the photograph entitled “Infrastructure: 1910“:
Detroit circa 1910. “Excavating for the new Union Station.” A century later, the mammoth Michigan Central Station that eventually rose here still stands, if just barely. Note the two “moonlight tower” carbon arc lamp standards in the distance. 8×10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
Below is a shot of the station today: