How the World's Tallest Train Station was ABANDONED - The story of Michigan Central - IT'
Around the beginning of the 1910s, when Detroit was starting to grow into a major city, construction of a new railway station was nearing completion. Constructed in the Beaux Arts style, Michigan Central Station was designed by the several of the same architects that had designed New York City’s Grand Central Station. A core in the northeastern US’s mobilization in WWII, and once the tallest railway station in the world, But it now sits empty, abandoned and forgotten, but that may not be the case for long…Edit by Rishi MittalScript by Gregory BackHosted by Ryan SocashIndex: 0:00 - What happened to Michigan Central Station?1:15 - The Rise of Detroit’s Michigan Central Station 2:50 - The rise of Detroit and popularity of Michigan Central Station 3:40 - Michigan Central Station during the great depression 4:09 - Michigan Central Station during WW25:39 - The down fall of Michigan Central Station (The down fall of American car manufacturing) 6:34 - Detroit riots of the 19677:15 - Abandonment of Michigan Central Station8:45 - Renovation of Michigan Central station (Who bought the old train station in Detroit) 10:01 - What is Ford doing with the train station?
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