Michigan Central Train Station

(Opened 1913 - Closed 1988) This building is representative of the Beaux Arts Classic design. It was built by architects Warren and Wetmore who also designed Grand Central Station in New York City. Some of the upper floors were never occupied. This painting depicts when it was fully operational and active in the 1930's.

Michigan Central Train Station
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Original Oil available $SOLD
Available Editions:
Prints 9"x12"$25 + Shipping
Giclee' 5"x7"$20 + Shipping (unframed)
Giclee' 11"x14"$50 + Shipping
Giclee' 12"x16"$55 + Shipping
Giclee' 14"x18"$65 + Shipping
Giclee' 16"x20"$75 + Shipping
Giclee' 20"x24"$90 + Shipping
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