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Around Town…

Long time reader Scott Hughes has dug up a few more photos from his massive personal archives, and passed them along for everyone to enjoy.

First up a few shots from 2002 of the old N&D sign at Grand Marais & Dominion, and the sign when it was all still lit up…

Going back a little further to 1996, there are also a few shots of the old Michigan Central Station we’ve looked at a few times before here on IM… I wish I had taken some photos of the place while it was standing, what a beautiful building…

Scott has a photo taken from both the front and the back of this building.

Thanks again for sharing Scott, looking forward to the next finds from your archives!

Hope everyone had a good weekend…
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