Brush Street Station
Brush Street Station was the Grand Trunk Western Railroad passenger depot in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The station was located at Brush Street and Atwater Street between E. Jefferson Avenue and the Detroit River.
The station was a two-story red brick structure with boarding platforms approximately three blocks long. The building was razed in 1973 to make way to construct the Renaissance Center.
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