Station: Lansing, MI - Union Station (MC/PM)
Lansing Union Station was located at Lansing just north of Michigan Avenue. This was a "union station" because it was also used by the Pere Marquette railroad.
Photo info/credit: Various views of the Michigan Central Lansing union station. Top, a colorized postcard view. 2nd photo, the station in a winter scene. [Alan Loftis collection]. 3rd photo, a Pere Marquette streamlined train is stopped at Lansing Union Station in 1946. [H.E. Smith photo, Al Smith collection]. 4th photo, another winter shot with a hot-shot CP Rail freight train heading eastbound (south) past the station on CSX trackage rights. 1994. [Charlie Whipp]. 5th photo a 2004 view of the station, now Clara's Restaurant. [Alan Loftis]. 5th and 6th views, inside the station in 2004. [Alan Loftis]
1917. The MC had an operator-lerk here around-the-clock. [TRT]
1918. The Grand Trunk had an agent here during the day and had telegraph operators here around the clock. [TRT]