Eagle Scout candidates and fellow Scouts restore one of two ex-C&O cabooses (out of six total) that was at the Coopersville & Marne; it was sold and moved here in 2014.
Closed for nearly 30 years, the massive Michigan Central Station in Detroit is widely known for its ornate architecture and haunting emptiness and decay, but so far has missed out on the surge in redevelopment happening in the city.
Now the possibility for a full renovation and reuse of the old train, long a Detroit development fantasy, could finally be approaching the realm of possibility.
This article describes a visit to the 100-year old shortline, now tourist railroad.
Nice article about the Wexford Station at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum receiving an award.
Story about first public rides at Northern Ohio Railway Museum
The long vacant Michigan Central Depot will host its first event in decades for the kickoff of Detroit Homecoming IV, a three-day event in September designed to attract expatriates and investments.
Some railroad buffs would give the shirt off their back to ensure the history of the industry is preserved.
Members of the Port Huron & Detroit Railroad Historical Society would rather you spend $25 on a T-shirt to fund an effort to bring home a piece of the company's history.