Marlette Train Depot – Beautifully Restored History

Marlette Depot

The Marlette Train Depot is a beautiful and well-restored example of a late 1800s rural Michigan railway train station. Today its a historical marker and museum.

Marlette Railway Depot 1900

Marlette Depot with Passengers

By 1910 Marlette Railway depot was twice a day stop for passengers and freight between Port Huron and Saginaw. During World War 1, the United States Railway Administration nationalized America’s railways during the war. The depot saw service by sending freight and troops to fight in the Great War.