Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Michigan Central Depot

Detroit is rich with history. Some of the fascinating architectural history in Detroit lives in buildings that have been cared for and some lives in buildings that are only skeletons of what they once were. One such building is, The Michigan Central Depot. This is one of my favorite buildings in the city. When I look at it, I can just imagine all the people milling about and visualize what it looked like in it's prime. It is sad to see what has happened to the Depot over the years but I see it as not only a reminder of what once was but also a symbol of the potential that our city has for growth. Detroit was once a throbbing heart of activity and it was so vibrant. This building stands as a testament to where we have been as a city and a great reminder of what greatness lies just beneath the surface of this city. The Michigan Central Depot

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