The long-vacant Michigan Central Station, which for years was a signature eyesore symbolizing Detroit's decay, will be revitalized by Ford Motor Co. as the hub of a Corktown campus focused on advanced automotive technology.
A judge said Thursday that he'll decide by the end of June how much time the museum has to move from its longtime home at Forest Park ... Noblesville had given the museum a June 1 deadline to move out after the city chose not to renew its lease with the museum ... Hamilton Circuit Court Judge Paul A. Felix said he’d make a ruling in the case by June 29. The parties involved have until June 13 to submit additional information for him to consider before he makes a decision. ... In the meantime, the museum can stay at Forest Park and continue removing equipment and cleaning up
Nice article and video about the completion of West Penn Railways streetcar No. 832 Miss Brackenridge and announcement of the "On Track for the Future" Capital Campaign at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, Washington, PA
The Ohio Rail Experience (ORE), a part of the 501 (c)(3) Cincinnati Scenic Railway, will be coming to town to take ticket holders on a unique one-day trip.
The long-empty Michigan Central Depot in Detroit's Corktown has changed ownership from the billionaire Moroun family to an entity registered to a New York law firm, ahead of an expected mid-June announcement that Ford Motor Co. will redevelop the building.
Remains of original South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company line discovered near Aiken, SC.
The vintage locomotive is pulling two passenger cars around a two-mile loop at Santa Margarita Ranch in San Luis Obispo County, a roughly 15,000-acre property settled by Franciscan missionaries in 1774.
But these carriages once had a very different home about 250 miles south of here. The passenger cars and two others in the ranch’s inventory were part of Disneyland’s railroad attraction when the theme park debuted in 1955.
Colebrookdale Railroad Project, August 3-8, 2018
Fundraiser for Restoration of 1883 D&RGW Baggage car by Hinsdale County Colorado Historical Foundation
Ford's board of directors could vote as soon as May 10 on a plan for the Detroit automaker to buy or lease the Michigan Central Station, Crain's Detroit Business reported Monday.
Edsel Ford II told the business publication that the board "has been briefed" on the automaker's efforts to buy the station, which closed in 1988.
One of the shortest moves in the Daniel B. Harrington's long existence was probably one of the most momentous.
Workers and volunteers on Thursday loaded the narrow-gauge steam engine onto a flatbed trailer and moved it less than a mile from the Port Huron Museum to the metal shop at St. Clair County Community College.