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MICHIGAN CENTRAL TRAIN DEPOT art print
MICHIGAN CENTRAL TRAIN DEPOT art print
Photo #1307
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins


OLD MICHIGAN CENTRAL TRAIN DEPOT photo picture art print wall art for sale. This historic old MICHIGAN CENTRAL TRAIN DEPOT photo picture print for sale is made from an Original vintage photographic slide that has been professionally restored by artist/photographer Jan Kaulins. It is a wonderful image of a large New York Central train looming in the foreground as two engineers, at bottom right of photo, look on. In the background we can see the historic MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT when it was one of the largest world famous operating train stations built in the Corktown area of Detroit.
 

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