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Michigan Central Train Station, Detroit. I wish I could see this building restored to what it once was.

At 18,000 square feet, the 1922 English Tudor-style Fisher manor on Boston Boulevard is the largest home in the Boston-Edison district. At night, it’s illuminated by six floodlights. Fresh landscaping replaced yews and trees that largely blocked the home from view. This would be one of my ideal homes!

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St. Curvy's Abandoned Church in HDR - Detroit, Michigan 004 Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church of Detroit built in 1908 and affectionately known as St. Curvy's. Abandoned for over 10 years, it is now being remodeled. The Stained Glass survived...?

In 1909 Wayne County built the first mile of concrete highway in the world. Located on Woodward between Six and Seven Mile roads. The cost for this one mile road was $13,537, including $1,000 in state aid.