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So quiet standing in front of this empty building that once was the main transport hub of Detroit. Sad we couldn't get nearer or tour but delighted to learn Ford motor Company have bought the building & are in the process of restoration. If your...More
This building has been seen by millions of travellers heading into the United States via the Ambassador Bridge. This building built for the Michigan Central Railroad was built in December 1913 and had an Architectural style called Beaux-Arts. It was left to the elements in...More
So happy that Ford Motor Company is reviving this amazing building so that it is not lost like so much classic architecture of Detroit City. The project will go a long way to bright back Detroit to its former grandeur. Good luck.
Thank Ford Motor Company for saving this historic Detroit Monument. It is going to be the showplace of Detroit in a couple of years. If you are in Corktown you can't miss it. We were lucky enough to tour the interior during the Ford open...More
This old train station brings back many memories of me traveling with my mother and sibling to Alabama to visit my grandmother. I am glad Ford bought it to refurbish. I am on the wait list to see it for the last time. Hope I...More
The site is being renovated, so not only is there no access to the station, but there is a horrid wire fence all the way round with heavy machinery in the way of getting a good photo. I was immensely disappointed on the one hand,...More
We were lucky enough to tour this once grand structure, this past weekend. I have long hoped someone would buy this building and restore it to it's former glory. Thankfully, Ford Motor Co. is going to do just that. While, it is now in a...More