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Photo 027A

 

A SEMTA passenger train leaves Brush Street station

 

The Southeastern Michigan Transportation Authority, also known as SEMTA, operated commuter passenger trains between Brush Street Station in Detroit and the City of Pontiac during the early 1980's.  This photo shows a typical engine and consist which has just left Brush Street station and is now heading north towards Milwaukee Junction on an evening run.  The Central Iron Foundry Company is in the background and appears to be closed.  1982  [Charlie Whipp photo]

 

Brush Street Station

 

Grand Trunk Western

 

 
 
   
   

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