The Jackson station (JXN) is one of the oldest continually operating railway stations in the United States. It was also the first “Union” station in Michigan as it serviced four lines in the late 1800s.
From horse-drawn carriages to steam-powered trains to vehicles and airplanes. Read on to find out how steam giants have revolutionized transport.
The story of the luxurious Bay Port Hotel and the railway resort era in the late 1800s was short lived.
Was the untimely demise of one of its guests the cause if its downfall?
Today Pigeon is the wind capital of Michigan. Once a rural railway stop for the Pontiac, Oxford, and Port Austin Railroad and Saginaw, Tuscola, Huron Railroad
Pontiac, Oxford & Northern Railroad (P.O. & N) ran from September 1889 until the last service run of the full length of the line on February 9, 1984.
Enjoy an experience with a Michigan train trip. Michigan has seven themed historical train excursions for the family to enjoy to sights.
The Capac Railroad Depot is a bit off the beaten path. Situated east of Imlay City, it maintains the vibrant small town rural charm found in Michigan. The town is located between Port Huron and Flint. The historic railroad depot is also home to one of the finest small town museums in the region.